Tremore Lodge II Listed

– Alterations and Extension

Tremore Lodge presents itself as a unique and enchanting country residence, graced by its status as a listed building and accompanied by an adjacent annex. This property boasts captivating panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Historical records suggest that Tremore Lodge was originally integrated into the Lanhydrock Estate, and its construction is believed to have taken place during the late 1870s or early 1880s as an entrance lodge for the manor, commissioned by the Henwood Family. Following the conclusion of the Second World War, it transitioned into an independent dwelling.




Tremore, Lanivet


01 Feasibility Studies I 02 Conceptual Drawings I 03 Planning Applications I 04 Building Regulations