Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust
House & Gallery. The Grade I-listed manor-house is regarded as an architectural treasure, designed and lived in by the revered British architect Sir John Soane.
In the heart of Ealing village, but set in 28 acres of
restored parkland (today’s Walpole Park), lies Sir John Soane’s Grade I-listed
manor house built in 1800 as his ‘dream villa’.
The Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery project will cost £11m to
completely restore Sir John Soane’s Grade I-listed historic house, upgrade the
1939 gallery building for major exhibitions, create a new restaurant and event
space in the walled garden, improve visitor facilities, and make the house
accessible to all visitors.
The project will reveal Soane's original vision for his
country home, a rare surviving Regency villa and gardens. The north side of the
building and the west elevation of Soane’s Eating Room will be revealed for the
first time in nearly 120 years; and important examples of Soane’s genius,
notably his conservatory, will be reinstated.
Once reopened in 2018, the Manor & Gallery will be a
destination of local, national and international importance.
Charity No: 1152434
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