Vicarage Road

This project had two distinct parts - firstly to convert the loft of an existing bungalow with a pyramid roof, and secondly to demolish the existing garage and build a small annexe in its place.

The loft conversion included two dormer windows to give additional headroom and conventional windows to complement the rooflights. A small dormer on the front blends well with the other properties in the street, whilst at the rear a much larger, glazed dormer provides views overlooking the village and fields beyond. To gain space inside, a large existing chimney stack was removed and rebuilt to a smaller, more convenient size.

The annexe is a small single storey structure providing one bedroom accommodation. In line with council requirements it contains no kitchen and has a door linking it to the main house.






Loft Conversion, Lostwithiel
1970-01-01

The client’s wanted to extend into the roof space of the original house to create an extra bedroom and new bathroom.


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Sylvantor
2009-01-14

A series of connected barns converted to form one three bedroom house. New roofs were designed in a traditional way so that inside the rafters and purlins are exposed below the ceiling.


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Cottage Extension
2015-02-24

After a fire in the garage of this cottage, the clients to decided take the opportunity to extend upwards with a first floor extension over the existing garage providing an additional two en-suite bedrooms to their home.


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