Moor Park Mansion is a Grade I listed Palladian Mansion set within over 300 hundred acres in Hertfordshire.
Almost one mile of plaster and wood mouldings were highlighted in gold and reams of 1980’s wall coverings were removed when the Club’s dining room was decorated. The decoration took Whittle Programmed Painting four weeks to complete.
Having restored the magnificent dining room to its former glory, Whittle Programmed Painting have embarked on a long-term painting programme to the external surfaces of the mansion house that will ensure Moor Park Golf Club is maintained in the stately condition it deserves.
The project is a 10 year Maintenance Programme to paint and maintain the house and courtyard block. The external surfaces include all previously painted surfaces. Maintenance is scheduled annually to clean down dirt-affected areas, rectify any damaged paintwork and ensure all painted surfaces are left with a clean and sound paint film.
The original house was built in 1678 for James, Duke of Monmouth. As well as producing a superb venue for meetings and special occasions, Moor Park also features two championship golf courses.
We are delighted with the finished result which has greatly enhanced the overall appearance of the dining room, for it has been many years since the room was last decorated. We are now looking forward to Whittle Programmed Painting maintaining the exterior painting of the Mansion House under our 10 year maintenance programme, which is a very cost-effective and efficient way of carrying out such a hugely difficult task.”
Chief Executive, Moor Park Golf Club