We are in love with our latest project, where we created a new home for a family with two small children.
The house has three floors plus the basement. We worked in partnership with David Snaith of STAC Architecture.
The property is early Victorian, probably built around 1840, with clear Georgian influences in the design, and is located in the Ashburnham Triangle Conservation Area.
We put a lot of extra care during the construction works, as some of the structural elements were weaker than expected and had to be reinforced or replaced. Those included the supporting external walls and several lintels.
We also rebuilt the existing 2-storey rear extension, creating a fully glazed ceiling for the new studio on the first floor.
In the basement we created an open-space kitchen and living room, plus the game and family room at the back.
We installed a resin flooring in the basement, a type of material which is extremely sensitive to humidity and is very delicate as well. We created flawless waterproofing for the basement so that the resin floor will stay perfect for decades.
The game and family room at the back of the basement has an entire glazed wall with bifolding doors that open on to the back garden.
Other details in the basement include a crittall wall along the staircase to the ground floor and bespoke furniture, which we also installed in other areas of the house.
All the windows are new, chosen in line with planning conditions for the conservation area. The flooring is herringbone parquet throughout the house.
The renovation includes 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with bespoke fitted wardrobes and furniture.
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