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A Flawless Finish In South Woodford

South Woodford

"The new space made a big difference to the family who said, “It’s beautiful both outside and in. Every bit of it is flawless and the attention to detail bordered on obsessive – that’s a good thing. It’s made such a difference to us having this extra space."

, South Woodford

A Flawless Finish in South Woodford, Essex

In South Woodford lived a family in need of more space. Their property was perfect for a hip to gable loft conversion, and the space created would accommodate an incredibly spacious master bedroom and an ensuite shower room.

It was most important to the owners of this home that the external aspect of the conversion was well-designed and attractive. Being a period property boasting traditional London stock bricks, it was important these were matched. The roof was replaced front and rear and the rear addition was finished in Welsh slate, a premium quality material known for its longevity and visual appeal. To complement the slate, black aluminium fascias, soffits and window frames were custom crafted.

A Room with a View

Moving to the interior of the new space, the roomy master bedroom is particularly striking and this is mainly thanks to the light and airy feel created by the floor-to-ceiling windows and Velux roof lights, and the bespoke mirrored sliding wardrobe doors that generate the illusion of a panoramic vista. Waking up to the view of the leafy avenue below in the sunshine will be a favourite pastime we are certain.

The ensuite shower room is fresh and modern with its mosaic feature wall and custom crafted slimline window above the walk-in shower. Another Velux roof light further brightens the space.

It’s all in the Detail

Attention to detail really was what this project was all about, none more so than when it came to the staircase, which was a redeeming period feature of the property. We liaised closely with a renowned joinery expert to ensure the detail of the new part seamlessly matched the old and was true to the era in which it originated.