Clareville Grove, SW7
Alteration and refurbishment work, excavation, and provision of a single-storey subterranean extension beneath the footprint of the property, along with the addition of a new mansard roof at Clarville Grove, London, SW7.
The property is end of terrace three story including a basement, falls within the Queen’s Gate Conservation Area established in 1970. Clareville Grove street is made up of several periods of architecture, majority large in scale. The terrace of houses is made up of an interesting mix of styles and frontages that give interest and character to the street landscape.
The property is presently utilized as a single-family dwelling house functioning as the primary residence. A full planning permission was obtained for the various additions and alterations.
The work has been carried out in stages:
1. Excavation and provision of a single-storey subterranean extension beneath the footprint of the property.
2. Alteration and refurbishment work. Addition of a new mansard roof.
Throughout the refurbishment and construction work, the original materials and details on the elevations have been respected and recreated, where possible, under the observation and in coordination with the Planning department.