New build with Legacy Sliding Sash Windows and Entrance Door
Spring Sash Windows & Doors

Classic Georgian New Build

New build properties allow for creativity and flexibility, offering the house builder the chance to design their ideal home.

Historical accuracy was very important to this client, who wanted her new build in Hutton Mount to look like a classic Georgian house.

Westbury worked closely with the architect and homeowner to make sure every detail was considered, mimicking the generously proportioned windows and panes typical of the Georgian era.

The owner chose to have spring-balanced, sliding sash windows, which were set behind the render to achieve the recessed 20mm frame margin characterised by traditional weighted sash windows.

She also specified Classique glazing within a Legacy frame. This specially designed Westbury product features a slimmer glass unit within a slimmer frame and sash. It gives the impression of a single glazed period window while offering the many benefits of modern double glazing.

The 6-panel entrance door and sidelights sit perfectly beneath the roof canopy which is complemented with Westbury pilasters, brackets and mouldings.
The property also has a garage that we fitted with traditional open-out, part glazed, part panelled doors finished in Moss Grey.

This project is a perfect example of mixing classic features with a new build. At Westbury, we work closely with clients to achieve the right look and feel for each project, providing our expert knowledge on fenestration.

If you have a new build project you would like to discuss with us, please contact us at info@westburyjoinery.com.

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Georgian house with garage
Spring-balanced, sliding sash windows
Generously proportioned windows and panes
6-panel entrance door and sidelights
  • I can only praise the quality of the doors and windows from Westbury. I was very impressed to say the least and will use Westbury in the future.

    Property developer
Traditional open-out, part glazed, part panelled doors finished in Moss Grey
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