We have just completed the remodelling & alterations to this fine example of a 1960's house in Smarden, Kent. The house was significantly compromised by an insensitively located double garage which dominated the arrival experience as well as making it difficult to find the front door. The solution was simple, move the garage onto an unused part of the front garden and open up a bright new entrance. No problem identifying the entrance now!
The space between the garage & house provides a new south facing private courtyard garden from the lounge area off the new kitchen. Great work by Greg Chapman and the team from BCS Builders. Works also included full window replacement with triple glazed Internorm windows from Ecohaus Internorm and English chestnut cladding from Inwood developments. Interior refurbishment of all bathrooms and a new kitchen have further helped to transform the house and improve its integration with the setting & orientation.
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