Steel windows Alfred Hitchcock’s Grade II Listed house

Steel windows Alfred Hitchcock’s Grade II Listed house

Situated in Shamley Green, Surrey. Winters Grace is a beautiful Grade II listed property in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Clement supplied steel windows and doors as part of major renovation works on the property. Winters Grace was the home of celebrity film director Alfred Hitchcock at the height of his Hollywood fame. The name of the house came from his two favourite actresses Shelley Winters and Grace Kelly.

Alfred Hitchcock and his wife purchased the property in 1928 for £2,500. The building was originally a Tudor farmhouse, dating from the 16th century. Over the years the house has been renovated on various occasions but after planning requests were approved in 2012 the current owners have carried our major works to update this very special property.

Clement were chosen by Godalming firm O&D Construction to manufacture and install the windows. Trevor O’Brien from O&D commented “Every steel window in Winters Grace was bespoke and many required different window furniture selected by the client. There was also a combination of clear and leaded light glazing. All of this amounted to quite a complex order for Clement. We found them easy to deal with and they delivered high quality products to the agreed programme. I would recommend the company and in fact we are using them again on a current project in Hindhead, Surrey”.

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