Knutsford is a historic market town located near Macclesfield and Manchester. The town inspired Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford, a novel series first published in the 1850's magazine 'Household Words'. Knutsford architects have a lot of influences to draw from with a unique mix of Tudor, Georgian, and Victorian buildings. It even boasts later Italianate neoclassical architecture. This intersting mix of styles has made it one of the most expensive places to live outside of London.
A key feature of the town is Tatton Park, 50 acres of landscaped gardens and the ancestral home of the Egerton Family. First opened to the public in 1950's its a popular visitor attraction and hosts over a hundred events annually with many Grade I and II listed buildings within the parklands.
We also undertake projects in other areas, in and around Cheshire and the North West.
The gallery below shows a selection of our projects.