Conversion of Bungalow to Two Storey House, Hampshire

Client: Private Client
Role: Project Architect
Location: Fleet, Hampshire Surrey
Partner(s): Leigh Brooks

Aim

To convert existing rundown bungalow to new two storey home.

Summary

Starting on site in September 2011 and completed spring 2012 the construction works were managed by Steele-Perkins Project Management.

The existing neglected bungalow has been thoroughly modernised and extended with the addition of a timber frame first floor extension providing an additional full floor of accommodation.

The ground floor has been remodelled with all internal walls removed or adapted to create an open plan living, dining, kitchen area as well as a study and separate TV room to the rear overlooking the gardens.

The new first floor provides four generous double bedrooms and two bathrooms with a walk-in-wardrobe to the master suite.

The existing yellow brick and concrete tile facades have been reworked to give a modern, clean rendered and timber clad finish with a new slate tile roof to complement the grey aluminium powder coated windows.

Relandscaping to the front and rear gardens completed the project which sold, above the asking price, within days of being marketted.

 

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