We are pleased to present details and photographs of projects completed recently. Further information on each of the projects detailed is available by request.
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Intricate bespoke joinery and Fisher•Bullen’s attention to detail were put to use on a conversion of this stable block. The stable block’s new use is to house the tools and equipment for maintenance of the estate gardens and for general storage, also acting as […]
Demolition of former garages to make way for an extension has allowed the owners of a grade II listed building to improve its carbon footprint. The two-storey extension at The Grange, Stanhoe, houses new garaging, two ensuite bedrooms, a swimming pool & changing facility, […]
Large Refurbishment of traditional cottage into holiday accommodation, Norfolk.
Restoration works are ongoing for this half-timbered and flint-moated medieval manor house which was built around 1470. Famous for its beautiful gardens and intriguing history Elsing Hall poses many specific restoration challenges.
The works comprised of a new side and front extension to the existing boathouse at Hunstanton to provide extra space for a larger lifeboat and improved surveillance at first floor. The extension was constructed using the traditional materials of cut carrstone, purpose made joinery […]
This modern interpretation of a traditional gazebo is carefully positioned to enjoy views over the Norfolk countryside. A private commission using our sister company’s award winning joinery and our constructions skills to provide a unique ornamental pavilion building, and a beautiful place to rest.
The ravages of salt-laden air and high winds led Fisher•Bullen to restore a major stained glass window in this Victorian seaside church. The massive window, standing 5m tall, 4.4m wide and weighing 0.45 tonnes, is a highlight feature of St. Edmunds Church in Hunstanton. […]