This Georgian listed semi detached property with coach house in Clapham has been restored and updated and linked to the adjoining coach house.

The raised ground floor now has a double height entry hall with a glass balustrade gallery that leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom in the coach house.
Below this, is access to a staircase clad in limestone leading down to both kitchen and to the garden play room in the coach house and the original winding timber stairs up to the top of the house.
There is also a library with concealed computer workstation and a more formal dining area overlooking the garden at this level.
At lower ground floor the space was opened out to create an broken plan contemporary kitchen dining living space, with a curved colour changing glass wall, a bespoke maple with a limestone-top kitchen and a tear drop island, its back clad in stainless steel
The ground level of the coach house linked via a glass box opens onto the garden with bi-flolding doors and alternating solid and glass arches, is a single space with a concealed kitchenette within the joinery wall.
Above is a master floor with his and hers bathrooms and dressing rooms, and above two further bedrooms and a bathroom.

The inlay of historic structure and glazed links leaves the listed building as easy to read, while the new part is light filled, practical and contemporary.

What the client said

“Most of the architects we interviewed were a little traditional for our taste, but then we found Granit, who had a more contemporary style.”

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