Conservation Area Extension
142sq mtr/1,535 sq ft – Private Client, North Bucks Village. Conservation Area extension, doubling the size of the existing house. Extension comprised 6 rooms including family room, dining room, master, en-suite, guest bedroom and study. Extension needed to integrate the original house dating back to the 1800’s as well as two previous extensions from the 1980’s and 90’s. The back end of the house was literally removed and the new extension built to produce integrated living space. Every room on the first floor had differing heights for the floor joists, we combined imperial and metric construction as well as a complex roof structure with 4 gable ends. Reclaimed bricks and other materials were used to ensure the finished shell looked in keeping with the existing house for the purposed of conservation requirements and kept as much of the original character as possible. Oak bespoke doors and windows were designed.