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Clarence House

External view of the extension at Clarence House

This scheme involved major works to repair, refurbish and extend Clarence House, a Grade II listed property with an imposing three storey Georgian vernacular façade set within the Richmond Conservation area.

Internal and external refurbishment works to the house included structural alterations to the existing rear extension. Whilst these works were taking place we carefully protected the original features such as wood panelling, plaster mouldings, chimneys, and staircases.

The extension provides a new basement with swimming pool, gymnasium, wine cellar, laundry and plant rooms and a glazed link to the existing house. On the ground floor the dining room has been extended and the garage has been refurbished to provide further accommodation. The outdoor swimming pool has been removed and the pool pavilion replaced with a new garden building.

Internal photo of the living space


Photo of the wine cellar created by Durtnell Joinery


External photo of the extension and existing house


 
Client: Private
QS: Press and Starkey
Architect: Martin Ashley Architects
Value: £5.5m
 

Clarence House

External view of the extension at Clarence House

This scheme involved major works to repair, refurbish and extend Clarence House, a Grade II listed property with an imposing three storey Georgian vernacular façade set within the Richmond Conservation area.

Internal and external refurbishment works to the house included structural alterations to the existing rear extension. Whilst these works were taking place we carefully protected the original features such as wood panelling, plaster mouldings, chimneys, and staircases.

The extension provides a new basement with swimming pool, gymnasium, wine cellar, laundry and plant rooms and a glazed link to the existing house. On the ground floor the dining room has been extended and the garage has been refurbished to provide further accommodation. The outdoor swimming pool has been removed and the pool pavilion replaced with a new garden building.

Internal photo of the living space


Photo of the wine cellar created by Durtnell Joinery


External photo of the extension and existing house


 
Client: Private
QS: Press and Starkey
Architect: Martin Ashley Architects
Value: £5.5m
 

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