Kenwood House

Donald Insall Associates was recently employed by Historic England to undertake a full condition survey of Kenwood House, providing recommendations for repairs and phasing. The survey included the late Georgian stable block, bath house and catering wings and dairy, and the entirety of its outbuildings, formal gardens and grounds. Kenwood House, dating from the early 17th century, is significant for being remodelled and extended by Robert Adam, and was left to the nation by Lord Iveagh upon his death in 1927. Surrounded by the ancient Kenwood woodland and Hampstead Heath, it has been a popular public venue in London ever since, famously featuring in the film Notting Hill.

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