Stamford Brook. Detached residence
Many properties in West London grew up in Victorian and Edwardian times, built a generation or two before the way we live now.
Gentrification in the seventies demanded more open space, more light; a time when and kitchens that came out of hiding. Here is an example in Stamford Brook.
Interior walls were removed to open up the space; the staircase replaced, the pinewood floors pulled up and fitted with oak parquet. The electrics rewired to accommodate the lighting and entertainment system.
The kitchen had a technological makeover; the ground floor extended to welcome in the garden and glass skylights added it admit the sunlight. It’s a familiar story except.
Old though this building was, it contained some lovely features, principally the iron fireplaces. They were kept in working order surrounded by perfectly re-plastered walls. The detail defined the excellence of this conversion.
"The Redline team was exactly what we were looking for, a reliable building company that are great to work with. They are very skilled tradesmen and always courteous. Some complex design changes and unusual finishes all taken within their stride. Highly recommended!"
PETER JOHNSON - ONE TEN PRODUCTIOns
“High-end finish, great communication, very flexible with an eye for detail, reliable and works to schedule. Always our first port of call for studio fit out.”
MD - WARREN LAND & PROPERTY
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MARC B - PENTHOUSE APARTMENT, LONDON
“The key to our successful relationship was Ben's unwavering attention to detail and daily presence on site. His team were able to tackle a complicated project within the constraints of a grade II listed building.”
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