Coach Hill

Losing an ugly dormer on a 1960s chalet bungalow helped transform this home which sits in a historic village.

Remodelling and extension

Our clients who are experienced self builders engaged us to oversee the design of their latest project that sits on the edge of the Titchfield Conservation area.

Being on the edge of the Conservation area we carefully crafted a design that would allow the remodelled house to sit comfortably in this sensitive setting.

The work added three bedrooms and two full bathrooms to the first floor, whilst opening up the original kitchen, dining room, bathroom and part of the hall to create a large 39m2 sociable kitchen across the width of the house. Our design increased the angle of the roof and ridge height, relocated the staircase, added a third shower room for a ground floor guest suite and saw the building of a utility room to the side.

The use of elegant traditional windows, and natural materials of timber cladding and oak beams helped transform this now beautiful home.

Location: Titchfield, Hampshire

Designed: 2019

Builder: Self builder by owner

Before and After

Drag the slider to view the original chalet bungalow compared with the completed house.

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