The home started out in two different styles, with a Victorian period home on one side and a ’70s rendered extension on the other. The interior was dated, the rooms were dark and cramped. The plans called for a two-storey extension with a fully glazed gable to add extra living space. The downstairs was opened up by removing a wall to give a more open feel to the home and the kitchen fully refitted to match the new modern design of the home. A brand new entrance was created at the front to give the home a warm and inviting atmosphere. The whole home was rendered to pull it all together.
As seen on George Clarke’s Old House, New Home.
Images by @stevenbaileyphotography