Situated in the Oxford Gardens Conservation Area within the London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. A natural copper cladding is used to provide a modern vibrant solution to extend the rear of the property. An enlarged kitchen with a dedicated utility room and additional storage has been provided. More than 6.5 metres of full height folding/sliding doors provide access to a raised external terrace contained behind a frameless glass balustrade. Both the rear extension and terrace overlook a mature garden, which benefits from an uninterrupted South facing aspect and the local cricket ground beyond.
Internally, the house has been refurbished to include the remodelling of the master bathroom and bedrooms to the upper floor.
Over time the copper cladding will oxidise and will change from orange to green in the same manner as the roofs of the traditional roof architecture of London.