A new-build two-storey house extension and a remodelled carport helped to transform this dated 1960s property.
The existing approach to the house was dominated by cars, an ugly car port and garage
A two storey extension clad in artificial slate tiles creates a juxtaposition with the existing insulated rendered home.
An existing 1960’s property prior to its luxury renovation in Haslemere Surrey
The existing 1960s carport was reconfigured to create a dual aspect Entrance Hallway with aluminium powder coated windows providing full-height glazing at either end.
A new double-aspect entrance hall features full-height glazing and a roof light above. To the rear the entrance hall leads out to a beautifully landscaped terrace and garden.
The master bedroom suite, featuring full height glazing, cantilevers over the terrace to provide views to the garden.
Roughly sawn engineered timber was used for flooring, kitchen island and concealed door to the garage.
The kitchen features a bespoke island, integrated appliances, engineered timber flooring and LED strip lighting.
Open plan living area including kitchen, dining room and family space looking out towards the garden.
Roughly sawn timber flooring continues into a separate living room with views to the garden
The master bedroom within the new extension features narrow but full height glazing and roughly sawn timber flooring.
The master bedroom within the new extension includes an ensuite shower room.
The Master Bedroom features a Juliet Balcony with a glass balustrade and full height glazing.
The ensuite shower room features a full height frosted window and large format tiles.
The nursery room received new finishes with roughly sawn engineered timber flooring and underfloor heating.