To create a more functional space to suit our clients needs we made significate changes to the ground floor of the property. Both a rear and front extension have been created to ensure the best layout throughout. A front porch has been put in place which includes a downstairs toilet off of the new front entrance.
An extra bedroom was required in this Victorian ground floor flat. A 3m single storey rear extension was created to fit a second bedroom in the property. In order to maximise the space in the rest of the flat and ensure the second bedroom had enough room we reduced the side of the bathroom. The original bathroom was large so a new layout made moving the wall easy to adapt. The rear extension is finished with a flat roof and Bi-Fold Doors leading out into the garden from the main bedroom.
Our client was in need of a larger kitchen and better layout of the ground floor so a small extension was needed to the rear of the property. In order to fit the single storey rear extension the clients previous lean-to was demolished. We have added a downstairs toilet to the back of the property. The wall between the previous lounge has been removed and replaced with an open plan kitchen. The new extension roof has 2 skylights and the rear wall across the new extension is flush with the rest of the property’s ground floor.
First floor side extension, Single storey side Extension Garage Conversion into a habitable room to provide granny annex. Our client needed space in their home to accommodate an elderly family member by creating a granny annex. In order to adapt the house to suit their needs we converted the garage and added a first floor side extension and single storey front extension.
With everyone in the home so busy here there and everywhere the client wanted to create more of a hub where everyone could spend more time together. The focus was on the current kitchen by extending into a kitchen/diner. To keep as much counter space as possible we added a window at the end of the rear extension instead of the typical Bi-Folds and enabling the client to look out onto the garden whilst in the kitchen.
Our client required a garage conversion as they were no longer using it as it was but needed a study. We have removed the garage door at the front of the property and infilled with UPVC window with brickwork below. At the back of the study (converted garage) we have included a new shower room.
Our client wanted to maximise as much space as possible both on the ground and first floor. We have extended the previous loft conversion to include 2 bedrooms, a large bathroom and walk in closet.
On the ground floor we have designed a 5m rear extension with complete reconfiguration of the ground floor. The existing ground floor bathroom will remain but with the 5m extra space the 3rd bedroom has now space for an En-suite and utility room. At the rear of the property will now open up into a Kitchen/Diner/Living Room which is finished with slim framed aluminium bi-fold door.
Our Client wanted to increase their living space with a 5m large scale extension at the rear of the property to open up into a dining/living area which links onto the original house through the kitchen. They required a front porch extension to allow for more space/less clutter in the current hallway. Additional to this we also made a number of internal changes to allow for the living space to be more open and bright with large scale roof lights.
Our Client required space on both the ground and 1st floor so we added a front a rear double storey extension. The large scale extension also included and loft extension and garage conversion. A bay window was removed to add the front double storey extension. At the rear of the detached property we have extended the ground floor to open up into a large kitchen diner leading onto the garden. This large scale extension has increased to a 4 bedroom 4 bathroom house.
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