Town house conversion | Bath

The brief
This town house, built in the mid 1800s on one of Bath’s popular Georgian streets, had been used as rental accommodation and was in a run-down, dilapidated state. The owners wished to transform it into a family home, which involved extensive structural work throughout its four floors. Previously divided into six separate bedsits, we converted several rooms, including creating a new kitchen, and carried out conservation work, restoring original features and transforming the property into a comfortable home.

Services included

  • Structural works including a new window opening, removal of internal wall and new doorway
  • Full renewal of drainage
  • Floor slab with underfloor heating
  • Full rewire and plumbing installation
  • Conservation work and removal of paint from stone staircase and cornice
  • New kitchen and utility room
  • Creation and installation of two bathrooms and two cloakrooms
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