Extension for period property

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Cottage before renovationThis lovely listed property in Clee Hill was in a beautiful isolated location, but it was in terrible state of repair, and was also quite a small house.

The owners managed to obtain planning permission for an extension which added a new lounge, kitchen and wet room, all under a green sedum roof.

The extension looks traditional, with an outer skin of stone and lime mortar. But underneath, it is effectively a new build and has all the advantages of that, including modern damp-proofing.

The extension is linked to the old part of the house with stunning glass bifold doors.

The picture below shows the sedum roof on the extension. Sedum is low maintenance and thrives in the UK climate.

The building work on the main house is also well underway. We will add more photographs in the future.

Green sedum roof

Green sedum roof


Extension Full View


Close-up of extension.