A house with a glass extension and steps leading up to it.

This substantial Victorian semi-detached 4-storey property had been crudely converted into 3 flats around 50 years earlier. The original conversion had involved some poorly executed structural alterations which left the building dangerously unstable. The brief was to convert the house back to a family home, with a large extension to the rear incorporating the basement and ground floor storeys.

The basement level was lowered by 900mm to provide living accommodation with substantial headroom to match the proportion of the large rooms to the upper floors. The basement provided space for a gym, a games room, a cinema room and laundry room linked to the large family kitchen through a two storey atrium opening out onto the garden.

Two studies, six bedrooms with en-suites, a lounge and sitting room were provided within the remaining areas to achieve a complete family home. No superlatives needed, the photos should tell it all.

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