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Extension and Internal Alterations to a 1930's Home






Alterations to this 1930’s home include a rear and side extension forming an open plan kitchen and family room which improves the connection between the house and garden and is adaptable to the needs of a growing family. Break-out spaces and study areas within this space allow the whole family to spend time together as well as apart.

The extension has been designed with improvements to the quality of daylight and insulation in mind. A well-insulated side extension along the length of the house replaces the old lean-to structure, incorporating service and utility space away from but accessible to the main family area.

At first floor, the accommodation has been extended to the side and rear to form well-proportioned and well-lit rooms. The family bathroom and ground floor facilities have also been extended and upgraded to fit with the increased accommodation.

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