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During the darkest days of lockdown Snell David were approached by clients who had been passed this property through their family. It had been relatively unaltered since it had been built in the 1970’s. The brief called for refurbishment and upgrading for rental purposes. This detached house is located at the end of a small cul-de-sac development with additional open space beyond so it was possible to extend both sideways and backwards to create a spectacular family kitchen / dining / living space at ground floor level.


On the upper levels, all areas were re-planned to create a large master bedroom suite, two en-suite bathrooms and two further bedrooms with a family bathroom. All bathrooms were re-fitted, the house fully re-wired, re-plumbed and fitted with up-to-date audio-visual and security systems. Along with the introduction of extensive insulation throughout, external walls were fully re-faced with insulated render externally to help achieve a Grade B EPC energy rating. External areas were completely re-landscaped and, like the interior of the house, finished in a practical, low-maintenance way suited to speculative, tenanted occupation.

Photo Credit: John Miller Photography


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