Extension 1

Two storey wrap-around extension in Cheam

 

This is a beautiful 2 storey wrap-around extension in South Cheam, with a chalet style roof to keep the new addition in keeping with the existing property, matching brickwork and roof tile work encompassing an amazing internal layout.

Extension 2

Double storey side & Single storey rear addition.

This property has an amazing Mock Tudor style and is an inherent part of life in Cheam. This property also had a brand new roof laid with Huganot French clay tiles to match the existing area perfectly, creating an amazing new addition that is totally in-keeping with the existing housing stock.

Single storey rear complete facade & Double storey side addition

Cheam Village

This beautiful property benefited from a complete rear facade addition and renewal and a double storey side addition.

Single storey Georgian addition

North Sutton

This was a really nice addition to an existing period property, brick matching service included.

Contemporary rear addition

Ewell Village

This was a really stunning addition, the client had a job spec of openness, this proved to be interesting to get the engineer to design a functional steel frame that was cost effective too.

The property is in the heart of Ewell Village and in the centre of a conservation area, the property benefitted from 2 extensions at the same time, one to the front and one the rear.

The front extension was in keeping with the conservation area's criteria for brick matching etc

But the rear addition went totally the other way and was granted planning permission for being a total contrast with its contemporary look and feel.

The open plan feel was completed with a set of glass curtain walling doors, which, similar to bi-folding doors have a much more open feel, slimmer design and a much grander appearance.

Single storey side and rear extensions

South Cheam

This property had 2 different styles of extension, a front/side addition and a rear addition, the property also benefitted from a complete internal renovation.

The front/side addition was to be in-keeping with the original properties features, the designer had a difficult time drawing this.

At this point, we took over from him, drew the plans for the client to submit and built it.

The rear addition has a much more contemporary feel with a smooth rendered finish, a flat roof with roof light and a side glazed roof area.

The internal rear half of the property was removed completely, re-built with a new floating block and beam floor to allow under floor heating and had a larger cloakroom and utility added, the main living space is around 55m2 and provides quite an exciting space.

The garden, due to the fall away from the house, also had a block and beam patio and terraced area built, ready to have the patio fitted a a later date

Interior Design

Victorian Style Period Interior

This interior was an absolute pleasure, easy going laid back smooth colouring with a slight contemporary feel, when you sit in this room you can lose time so easily....