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Built between 1906 and 1912, Tirley Garth is a grade II* listed building with decorative gardens located close to Chester. It was originally designed by C.E. Mallows a famous architect of that time that specialised in the design of country houses. Today, it is widely recognised as a superb example of an Edwardian garden that compliments a magnificent country house. At Armitage Construction, it is a firmly held belief that historic buildings are a precious and finite asset and a powerful reminder of the work and way of life of earlier generations. The Company was therefore delighted to be chosen by the architects practice Donald Insall Associates to carry out the refurbishment on this project.
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