North Norfolk House Extension and Garage conversion

North Norfolk Cottage Extension

North Norfolk Cottage Extension

Farmhouse Norfolk

Design and project management of a double storey extension to a Norfolk Farmhouse; encorporating a new kitchen and dining area with a first floor bedroom and ensuite. The client brief was to blend the extension in with the existing house, to make it appear it had always been there. As well as the planning permission and Building regulations application , we also managed to the individual subcontractors all the materials.

The bricks were handmade, a specialist joinery company matched the new sash windows to the design of the existgin sahs windows and the complete roof was replaced with natural slate to ensure there was no obvious change in roof from the old to the new extension. We can recommend all of the contractors we worked with on this extension and the client was especially pleased with the handmade kitchen made by – Bryan Glegg

Riverside cottage 3D Model

Extension to a riverside cottage

A 2 bedroom traditional Norfolk Cottage, with river frontage, that our Client wished to extend. As this project was on the river, both the Broads Authority and Broadland planning departments were involved; which complicated the planning process. In the end we were able to achieve exactly what the client wanted, by adding a further 2 bedrooms/ensuite and a large open plan kitchen/dining area, with a large amount of glazing to the rear to give extensive views over the River Bure.

Site Manager for conversion of Cottage, stables and refurbishment of Grade II Listed Property, West Norfolk

Working as a site Manager for JS Hay in Norfolk I was lucky enough to work on a number of refurbishment projects on Listed and older properties.
This project involved the internal modelling of 3 separate properties that were in a poor state of repair; and the refurbishment of a listed Hall with the conversion of a stable block into a holiday accommodation.

Management of internal alterations and extension – Banningham, Norfolk

Project manager for the refurbishment and extension from a one bedroom to 3 bedroom cottage. The traditionally built one bedroom cottage was very tired and damp and had to be taken back to just bare walls and roof prior to refurbishment.
The old part of the cottage was insulated , re-wired, damp injected and remodelled into a large kitchen/dining area with downstairs bedroom/study and the roof area coverted into a second bedroom . The large extension added a 3rd bedroom/ ensuite and bathroom upstairs; with a large sitting room downstairs opening out into the large South facing garden.

Design of Kitchen extension, South Norfolk

Designs were drawn up to refurbish an old bungalow and add a single storey kitchen/dining extension to the rear of the property. A loft conversion was also included to make use of the large loft space.

Prior to the work the bungalow didn’t have a central entrance for the rest of the house to flow off. The two main doors to the front gave access into a utility room or into the bedroom area. We created a new hall entrance with staircase to the first floor and a rear kitchen/dining extension that was fully glazed and took in the views over the Waveney valley.

Design of rear & side extensions – Farm Cottages, Sussex

A pair of traditional sussex cottages were re-modelled with side and rear extensions. These farm workers cottages were very dark inside with many small rooms. The proposed design has transformed the downstairs living area, creating an open plan kitchen and sitting room area and added a large bedroom to the first floor. Prior to their renovation the client was living in one side and the other side was no longer occupied. The client can now enjoy their large open plan house and receive revenue from letting out the attached cottage.

Design of Extension to Cottage, Norfolk

A permitted development extension to the rear of a traditional Norfolk cottage. The owners commissioned us to design an open plan kitchen/dining area to the rear of the property that would overlook their well established rear garden.

Design, Building Regulations and Construction of Extension – Farm House, Norfolk