The Grade II Listed Manor House has undergone thorough and respectful restoration from partial dereliction in 2019. The Beckingham family have striven to return their home to Georgian grandeur; repairing where possible, only replacing when unavoidably necessary.
Notable projects include the repointing and restoration of all the exterior stonework, and the sympathetic renovation of the entire house – with particular preservation of original cornices, and the stunning windows for which Georgian houses are so well-known. The estate has an extensive collection of outbuildings – most converted into private accommodation.
Ongoing restoration of the original James Pulham & Son rockery and lake seeks to return these parts of the garden to their former Victorian heyday. Breathing life back into the walled Kitchen Garden for the first time in nearly half a century, Court Lodge Estate is once again growing delicious produce for use on the estate once again.
The exterior projects do not stop there. Spring and summer see a riot of colour return to Court Lodge Estate as the specially-planted blooms burst into life, providing the most beautiful flowers for exclusive workshops and talks hosted by professional horticulturalists.
In the words of William Morland, “Histories are never finished”.
Court Lodge Estate
Lamberhurst | Kent | TN3 8DU
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