This semi-detached Edwardian property was completely refurbished and extended in 2008, having not been touched in some 50 years. Located in a conservation area and facing significant planning battles, the full extent of the extension works was granted planning by winning an appeal which was entirely formulated and fought by Finkernagel Ross.
With a Grade II listed park and an area of outstanding natural beauty to the rear of the house, the architectural design was driven by large extents of glazing, and internally the dark, closed spaces of the original were broken up to create a fluid and open space on the whole of the ground floor. In 2015 the interiors and lighting of this family home were completed and updated incorporating both existing elements and newly acquired pieces along with custom-made joinery items.
The project was completed in 2017 with the addition of a Garden Studio.