Bond Bryan were approached by Paul and Fiona Gregory to provide a design for their new home; the project consisted of converting a 1950s bungalow into a modern, contemporary house that was part re-design, part refurbishment and part new-build.
The existing house had a total area of 200m2; this was transformed into one with a total area of 310m2. Adding a flat-roofed second storey to the main section of the bungalow allowed for three deluxe ensuite bedrooms to be created on the new top floor, as well as enabling the client’s vision of both a completely-remodelled ground floor and a new annexe to be added. A double-height entrance hall/staircase leads into the centre of the house – this being a luxurious large kitchen/dining room. Alongside the kitchen/dining area and the upstairs bedrooms, the rest of the development consists of a home office, an open lounge, a family room, several WCs and utilities, plus a fourth ensuite guest bedroom.
Working in close conjunction with both Paul and Fiona, Bond Bryan were able to turn an old-fashioned 1950s bungalow into this modern, contemporary and spacious family home.
The existing building is to be fully refurbished with the operational accommodation and appliance bays being retained at ground floor level.
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