Planning Approval for large extension

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Studio J Architects has received planning approval for a large extension to a luxury house in Shipley.

The existing house is a traditional, stone built, detached house from the 1920’s. The approved extension, to the rear of the property, add an additional 600m2 to the property. Taking the overall house to 940m2.

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Using stone and render for the new external walls, along with large glazed openings. The extension balances the existing traditional architectural style with a more contemporary feel for the new build.

To accommodate a large extended family the house will have 7 generously sized bedrooms all with en-suites. The master bedroom also has a large dressing room and private lounge area.

On the ground floor there is a large kitchen-dining-living room, with access to the external terrace. There is also a second kitchen and laundry room along with, separate living room, reception, garage and plant room.

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Due to the sloping nature of the site it is possible to create a lower ground floor projecting into the garden. The roof of this being the ground floor terrace. Within this space is a cinema room, gym and recreation room, along with 2 of the bedrooms.

Studio J Architects are now proceeding with the detailed design for the project to get ready for construction later this year. Once built the project will be a stunning luxury family home.

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Studio J Architects have completed many large extension and remodelling projects. Take a look at our projects page to see some of our projects.