SUNDAY 26 MAY 2013
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Stephen Fletcher Architects were recently commissioned to completely remodel the interiors of this 1930s thatched former stables block.
The 1980s conversion to a private residence had been carried-out with little imagination and resulted in endless low-ceilinged rooms leading off each other, and huge areas of wasted boarded-off roof space.
The completed project features a double-height central Living Room which provides a much-needed focus to the property, and affords access to a suite of four guest bedrooms and bathrooms (via a secret mirrored door) at ground floor level, and a fabulous new Master Suite located in formerly unused roof space. This was made possible by forming new windows in the gable-ends.
The usable floor area of the house has thus increased by around a third without extending the original structure.
All areas have been upgraded with oak flooring and architraves, folding/sliding doors, and structural glass.
Hampstead, London NW3
St John's Wood, London NW8
Sloane Street, London SW1
Alaska Buildings, Bermondsey
Keildon Road, Clapham
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