A large two storey side extension and single storey rear extension to this detached Victorian house in North Oxford. The aim of the project was to link the half basement level with the rest of the house and to create a large family kitchen and dining area leading out on to the garden via a sunken terrace. Completed in 2019.
This house started life as a 1950's bungalow. The client wanted to take advantage of the amazing plot situated on the side of a valley in the Chiltern Hills and create a house with first floor living. The original ground floor was retained and a timber frame first floor and roof added. Huge windows overlook the landscape and an exposed timber ceiling adds to this dramatic space.
This Oak framed extension was completed in 2016. The original building is part of a Grade II Listed farmhouse and the client wanted an extension to form a large kitchen dining room. The house also sits in Green Belt and The Chiltern AONB so the design and to be sensitive to the original building and the landscape. A glazed link joins the two building, meaning there was only minimal alterations to the fabric of the main house.
2016: East Oxford side and rear extension to a Victorian terraced house. The ground floor has been transformed by the addition of a large kitchen / dining room with built in bench seating area.
2015: Marston, Oxford
This detached chalet style bungalow was in need of complete renovation. A new rear kitchen dining room extension was added to create a large bright family space. In addition the garage was converted into a large study and the roof extended above to provide a bedroom and ensuite.
2015: This large extension to a detached house on the edge of Oakley village, replaced a very small galley kitchen. The vaulted ceiling provides a feature in the new space and plenty of natural light.