The boathouse, annexed to historic Sandridge Barton principal house was originally built in 18th century on the River Dart, Devon, as a ladies bathing house. Built on an undercroft surrounded by woodland the boathouse is located approximately ¼ mile from the main house and only accessible on foot or at low tide along the river bank. After many years of neglect Bailey Lewis were appointed to gain Listed Building Consent and planning permission for the reconstruction of the upper floors including major structural alterations and repairs. Contractors were appointed and the works carried out under supervision. Bailey Lewis also carried out full Interior Design for the fitting out and furnishing of the house which now regularly features in travel editorial, and shortly after re-opening was voted one of Britain’s top 10 holiday destinations.