Country House Grade II Listed Newick- new kitchen wing

A contemporary glass single storey wing attached to a substantial Grade II listed Victorian house. The existing house was originally a bold red brick and tile hung extension attached to a stucco Georgian two window house and the  house was  split into two dwellings in the 1960s.  To achieve the split a small flat roofed extension was added to provide a kitchen which meant the subject house has inadequate service accommodation for a house of this scale and furthermore it is tucked away in the north corner of the site with no outlook. The proposed new wing provides  a strong contrast to the existing building and will enable commensurate quality accommodation including a new kitchen & dining room looking south across the fine gardens with new utility, storage and service accommodation. The project was finished July 2016 and clients invited the build team to lunch to celebrate!



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