July is set to be another busy, exciting and varied month for us here at Mash Architecture. Our whole house renovation of a four-storey, Grade II Listed house in central Harrogate is practically complete, and we’re delighted with the finished result. The total project value was in the region of £320,000 which included some major structural alterations, and a complete renovation of each of the four floors.
The stairwell of the renovated listed house in Harrogate, as seen from the 2nd floor.
As the property was listed, it was insisted upon by Harrogate planners, that the original architectural features were retained, and in some cases, reintroduced. Many of the new elements, such as the creation of a bespoke wine cellar in the basement, were very contemporary in nature, and we think that the combination of traditional and modern architectural elements works particularly well.
The steel stair with glass balustrading, inset lights and oak treads serving the new basement
We are hoping to carry out a site visit of the Harrogate property soon, where we will hopefully be able to obtain some completed photos to add to our Architectural projects pages.
Elsewhere, we have a number of new architectural commissions on the drawing board, and have begun working on a number of residential extensions and refurbishments in Ilkley, Ben Rhydding and Baildon, near Bradford, as well as new projects in Adel, Scholes and Roundhay in Leeds.….