A detached property in North Norfolk required an extension to improve the layout of the house and to add additional accommodation both at ground and first floor.
The proposal included a balcony to allow the client to appreciate the far reaching views of the Norfolk countryside and an orangery to allow the garden and indeed closer views to the adjoining village to be enjoyed in the winter months.
The project was constructed in a Conservation Area and utilizes Norfolk flint pebbles and Norfolk clay pantiles to the roof. Working within the constraints of a Conservation Area, one section of the garage roof was raised to create accommodation above. The intention of the project was to develop the form of the house to look as if it had always been there.