Little de Walden is a Grade II Listed Building which was built in 1892 and converted into flats in the 1920s.
Designed by architects Frederick G Cooke and Arthur E Thompson for Lady Howard de Walden, the property was built in the Italianate style and thought to have been inspired by Chatsworth House.
We were appointed to carry out the external repairs and redecorations to this substantial building of immense character, which is located a short distance from Eastbourne Town Centre.
Works to this project included the following:
- Doff masonry cleaning
- Extensive masonry repairs
- New slate roof
- Complete external redecorations