Queens Park victorian terrace

When the owners bought this traditional terraced house located within the Queen’s Park Conservation Area, part of the roof had collapsed and the rest of the property was in an advanced state of disrepair. This provided the perfect opportunity to completely transform the house with our clients utilising our expertise in navigating the often complex planning process when working within a conservation zone.

To the rear of the ground floor a glassy side extension was created to bring light into the back of the house where an open-plan bespoke kitchen, dining and play room were added. Large bi-fold doors open up onto the compact landscaped garden giving the impression of extended space. The resultant open-plan arrangement of this level provides ample room for the young family to spend time together.

On the first floor the existing three large bedrooms were completely modernised and a large family bathroom was created. The new loft conversion provides a fourth bedroom/home office with ensuite and plenty of much needed storage.

The use of contemporary materials such as stainless steel and marble in the kitchen, marble in bathrooms and warm timber flooring throughout, plus flashes of colour have given the house a completely new lease of life and created an environment that the growing family can enjoy for years to come.

An efficient project from initial meetings to a finished product in less than 8 months.