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Ladbroke Walk

A mews house in the Ladbroke Grove Conservation Area

The property was in poor condition not having been renovated in over thirty years. Most of the ground floor was a garage and workshop space which under the new scheme repurposed it all to accommodation and instantly increased the value of the property. The property was gutted with a front façade retention and extended at the rear from the first floor upwards, this allowed complete control and flexibility over the new plan. The stairs were repositioned to make the most of opening up the floor plan. The first floor was re-organised to create a master suite. Further bedrooms were added and a utility room created, through creative design the floor plan was increased by an additional 50 percent.

One of the greatest success was the ground floor transformation and integration of the garden area making it feel a much larger space. The new staircase with the large rooflight and the secret doors to much hidden storage maximised use of space whilst creating a light and elegant interior to perfectly reflect the taste of the client. All built in furniture and the kitchen were designed specially for the job to the client’s approval by NFA Architects.