Richmond Loft Conversion, Double Storey Side and Rear House Extension
The standout features of the Richmond renovation include:
- Extensive structural remodelling
- Roof structure installation with Rosemary Clay tiles and loft dormer window
- Installation of staircase leading to the loft floor
The project began by demolishing and stripping out the entire interior of the home before placing new foundations at the back and side. We installed a total of 57 new steels into the structure.
The feature point of this property is the wonderfully designed Shaker Kitchen, providing a modern twist on the classic style. Natural stone Marshalls Slabs were fitted across the new patio leading out into the garden. Our design team maintained many of the home’s original features, including exterior wall cladding, the original fireplace and chimney, as well as the original coving ceiling rose. The overall combination of old and new features gives this property a unique fusion of modern and classic living.
Additional features of the Richmond property include:
- Three double rooms on the first floor, including two en-suites
- Wet underfloor heating on the ground floor
- Roof lights along the ground floor extension.
We thoroughly enjoyed carrying out this full house renovation project in Richmond and, most importantly, the client is extremely happy with the results and has a new-found love for his family home.
Architraves, Bathroom, Doors, Double-storey Extension, Flooring, Painting, Kitchen, Loft Conversion, Plumbing, Refurbishment, Rendering, Roofing, Skimming, Single-storey Extension, Wall Removal, Wiring
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