Originally constructed in the late 1920s, this property required extensive updating throughout. Two triple extensions to either flank created a sizable kitchen and dining area with fully-opening bifold doors that revealed an extended terrace.
At the other end, the curved bay window and curved bay doors were matched to the original style and energy-efficient ‘A’ rated double glazing was introduced throughout the property.
The entire roof was replaced, and dormer windows constructed to match the existing curved head and moulded rafter feet. A loft conversion created a modern home cinema room with AV facilities, all linked to iPad technology, and a further bedroom with a vaulted oak beamed ceiling.
Elsewhere, the rest of the property was thoroughly renovated and modernised, while retaining its unique existing period details, such as oak panelling, panelled doors, architraves and plaster work.