Owlett’s Mansion

Owletts is a substantial grade II* listed property owned by The National Trust on the outskirts of Cobham, Kent.

Owletts Mansion Lounge

Clague undertook the task of bringing the property up to date in terms of service installations and to specify the repairs to the exterior of the house. The most notable alteration was the reinstatement of Sir Herbert Baker’s library, which in more recent years had been converted into a kitchen area. The alteration had the dual benefit of enabling an original book collection to be relocated to the library to assist in the long term conservation of the books and to allow for greater public access into one of the most significant parts of the house.

Clague coordinated the project in conjunction with the National Trust and conservationists to obtain the necessary listed building and building regulations consents and manage the £1million building contract on site.

Owletts Mansion Dining Room
Owletts Mansion Upper stairs
Owletts Mansion Ceiling Detail