blog: Carlton-in-Lindrick renovation nearing completion…

Our whole house refurbishment, renovation, extension and general reinvigoration of a former 1960’s style bungalow, set in beautiful grounds in the village of Carlton-in-Lindrick, Nottinghamshire, is now nearing completion. This was an architectural commission we were appointed on in 2013, and following our appointment, we applied to Bassetlaw District Council to alter a previous planning permission for the property.

The bungalow at the time of our appointment to provide Architectural Services in October 2013.

Following a successful application to amend the planning permission, we set about produce detailed architectural drawings for the project, which consisted of rendering the whole house, replacement windows in stylish aluminium frames, the introduction of timber cladding, a two storey extension creating a central focal point to the property, and thus visually breaking a previously long and monotonous front elevation, as well as various other alterations, and contemporary additions.

The project nears completion as the summer of 2014 comes to an end…

Exactly a year after our initial appointment, the project is now nearing completion, and we’re particularly pleased with the results. We are hoping to undertake some additional photographs once the project is finalised in the coming weeks, and details will be added into our architectural projects pages in due course….

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