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 areas as agricultural buildings. The house gradually fell into decay. One of its two octagonal stair turrets was pulled down in the early 19th century. It was in danger of complete demolition until 1918 when it was purchased by the National Trust.

Using our team of directly employed staff of craftsmen and craftswomen, and having successfully completed Phase II (1993), we were asked to undertake the final phase (Phase III) of the overall works. The contract span over 54 weeks and amounted to a value of approximately £1,250,000.