Architect: Lipton Plant
Project value £250K
Duration- 6 months
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This Victorian town house in Islington had a lower ground floor which was of very little use to the client in that format mainly due to the low ceiling height, so became a storage area. The new scheme involved demolition of the existing two storey extension (top left photo) and construction of a new two storey extension. The new two storey extension provided a study to the ground floor and a bedroom and dining area to the lower ground floor.
The existing lower ground floor space received alterations which provided a TV room, shower room, utility room and a new kitchen.
New bedroom areas with folding wall which can be opened into a larger dining area if required.
Parquet flooring with under-floor heating was
fitted throughout the lower ground floor. Sold Oak
folding/sliding doors open up to allow the outside in
New shower room fitted out with high specification German sanitaryware and Metro style tiles