Semi-detached 1950´s estate house, characteristic for the area, 2 storey side extension in matching style, new double glazed timber windows throughout. Side extension of front roof with salvaged tiles from rear to achieve continuity. Side and rear roof with new tiles to match.
View from the front door towards the rear kitchen extension
View back towards the front door. the hall widens at the rear with access to utility, WC, Kitchen and rear reception room.
Open plan kitchen - dining extension: all sides of the extension towards the garden are wrapped with large format glazed sliding elements. 4 large roof lights further flood the space with natural light. The tiled floor is fitted with under floor heating.
Continuity from the front door to the garden. By widening the space in the hall and introducing glazed french doors from the hall to the kitchen, a welcoming visual link is created between the front door and the rear garden.
doorway through to kitchen
Single storey L-shaped rear extension with large open plan kitchen / dining / living area. The low pitch zinc roof slopes down away from the rear wall of the main house and then rises towards the rear end of the extension. The materials are a mix of zinc, cedar cladding (treated) and large format glazed elements with aluminium clad timber profiles.