Parnham Park, Beaminster is one of the oldest, and most beautiful stately homes in Dorset. This stunning Grade 1 listed property was renovated back in 1810 by John Nash. You may recognise pieces of Nash’s work on Buckingham Palace, The Royal Pavilion Brighton, Marble Arch and Regent Street. The grade II listed gardens and parkland that accompany this property were landscaped by Inigo Thomas, shaping the land into the beautiful greenspace that you see today with a beautiful historic garden restoration.

Sadly, during 2017, Parnham Park was destroyed in a catastrophic fire, resulting in huge losses. But, with the devastating news about Parnham Park, James and Sophie had an opportunity to do something great.

With an exceptional track record of listed building renovation, James and Sophie have taken matters into their own hands.The original vision for the Parnham Estate was for bothJames and Sophie to save and restore this beautiful property, providing a home full of character and charm for their family.

Working on restoration of Parnham are the world-renowned architect Thomas Heatherwick, Historic England, Dorset Council and a team of the most skilled and knowledgeable consultants and craftsmen in the West Country.

The in-house team at Parnham, alongside James and Sophie, have already made enormous progress in bringing to grounds and gardens back to life as well beginning the important restoration work on the house. 

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