This century terraced house had been the victim of poor century updates. Pebble dash render and uPVC windows played a part in stripping away its period charm. Johnny Holland of Hackett Holland reveals how he nursed it back to health.
On the ground floor is an open-plan living room with French doors that open out onto a new terrace, which is built atop the kitchen extension with stairs leading down to the garden. On warm days, the wall of sliding doors off the kitchen will be left comp
Living room - decorated in soothing cream and stone shades, with just a hint of colour in the dress curtains. A window seat with hidden storage was added to the bay. Half-height shutters keep the light flowing in, while providing privacy from passers by.
Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion.