A 1930s three-bedroom house in a newly-designated Conservation Area in West Norwood has been extended unsympathetically on a number of occasions over it’s brief history.
Around 110m² of 260m² of the house is unusable due to poor connectivity, and poor construction. For a growing family, the space that is usable is fast becoming inadequate – especially when guests come to stay.
Our solution is to strip away the conservatories, bay windows, garage, sun room, and dormer extensions that blight the original building.
To the rear of the original property will be a single storey extension that will house a larger kitchen and dining room – freeing up the existing reception rooms to be used for homework, study etc.