It’s no mystery why Clement steel windows were chosen for the former home of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle!
Undershaw was the home of the Sherlock Holmes creator from 1897 until 1907. He wrote many of his famous works here and in 2014 the Grade II listed house was purchased by the David Forbes-Nixon Charitable Foundation for Stepping Stones School, a school for children with special needs and has since undergone a major refurbishment.
Main Contractor O&D Construction chose Clement EB14 steel windows as the best window range to replicate the original windows, and a representative said: “The windows by Clement faithfully replicate the originals, letting in as much natural daylight as possible, providing a spacious, bright and positive environment for the students.”
Photography by Laura Kelly, LSK Photo.