Myddelton Square is a beautiful and largely unspoilt Georgian Square off St. John Street and south of the Angel. Built between 1824 and 1827, and home to St. Mark’s church at its centre, the square is named after Sir Hugh Myddelton, the engineer responsible for bringing fresh water to London. Fullers (Builders) Ltd were asked […]
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St. Michael’s, Highgate stands higher than any other church in London. The Architect was Lewis Vulliamy (1791-1871) and the design was considered to be an outstanding example of the neo-Gothic style, of which the Architect was a pioneer. It was said of him that he was “far in advance of his contemporaries at a period […]
Eastbury Manor House is a Grade I listed building and was built by Clement Sysley during the reign of Elizabeth I. After being the country house of gentry families for the earlier part of its history, by the 18th and 19th centuries Eastbury was inhabited by a succession of tenants whom used many of the […]
Fullers have enjoyed a good working relationship with Sir John Soanes Museum for over twenty years and were exceptionally pleased to be invited to compete for the opportunity to carry out the major refurbishment and repair at No. 14 Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Upon completion of the major repair and conservation works, our decorating team redecorated […]
The Ancient House in Walthamstow Village is a timber framed hall, believed to have been originally constructed in 1435. Although the building was continually used for both domestic and commercial purposes until 2000, chronic decay necessitated a Contract for the extensive restoration and the complete re-construction of the oak frame. The structure is Listed Grade 2 and falls within a Conservation area.