Firle Place

Grade II listed Firle Place is a privately-owned country house in Sussex that dates from the time of Henry VIII. The Gage family has lived at Firle for half a century and the present-day estate is a thriving community of artists, craftsmen and local businesses. Stone Edge Conservation carried out repair and maintenance work to the façade, including pointing, grouting and the replacement of some weathered stone ashlars. The work was carefully spread over several phases, so as not to disrupt the enjoyment of the many visitors to the estate.