- Location: In the heart of Deal's conservation area
- Value: 500k-1m
- Type: New Build Private Dwelling
- Duration: Complete
A new 2 bedroom residential dwelling in the heart of the conservation area in Deal, Kent. Necessitated the demolition of some existing indoor garden rooms and the founding of the new dwelling over the remnants of a basement belonging to a house which predated the garden rooms. This project was slow to emerge from the ground but is now well underway and the projected completion, although delayed due the pandemic, is March 2021. The new dwelling ground floor makes use of existing boundary walls and party walls, added to which are new face brick elevations to the frontage. The first floor has a vaulted ceiling covering a timber frame with exposed oak joists and rafters throughout.
The external elevations are to be a mix of coloured render, timber cladding and zinc sheeting with a zinc sheet roof covering and “catslide” glazed roof over the stairwell. We are working with a great designer who is working hard with us to produce something special with regards this project and a building that will sit comfortably within the conservation area, ticking all the boxes regarding overlooking and privacy of neighbouring properties.