Proposed ground floor side, rear orangery, new side dormer and chimney tack, widening of existing dormers, internal alterations, swimming pool and art room.

The project was to include the renovation of the entire house. The widening of the dormers created more space in the rooms, providing more natural light. The new side dormer created space for a dressing room and gave symmetry to the external appearance of the house. The side extension provided a gymnasium, boiler room, utility and shower rooms. Double glazed flat rooflights were used to provide natural daylight to the rooms within the side extension giving them a bright and spacious feeling. The rear orangery extension provided a large open plan kitchen and dining area with almost full height sliding folding doors and sash windows. A large lantern rooflight increases the light and airy feel to the orangery whilst allowing natural daylight to the back of the room. The orangery was constructed in brickwork to match the existing house and finished with a Portland stone cornice. External works to the rear included a swimming pool and new art room and to the front included a new front boundary wall and railings.

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