Ben Hand Overton Builder – Bungalow Extension.
This is an exciting new building project that we have recently taken on in Overton. After many years in the planning, permission has been finally granted to allow everything to go ahead!
We are extending the ground floor of this bungalow and raising the roof to add an extra storey. This will vastly increase the amount of dwelling space and create a much larger, contemporary home.
Tearing down the walls – Bungalow Extension – Overton Builder
There is not much left of the original bungalow!
This is to make way for an extensive two storey building overlooking the mature rear garden. To make the most of the view the new two storey building will also incorporate a double height ceiling to the rear with an internal balcony.
Putting in the first floor – Bungalow Extension – Overton Builder
This build is going up quickly, despite a recent long wet spell. Today we are positioning an important steel which will hold up the balcony area to the rear of the new house. This will give wonderful views to the garden to the rear, as well as the countryside beyond.
We now have roof on!
This new home is really starting to take shape. With the roof finally complete, we will now concentrate in the internal fixes. The balcony area to the rear of the new home gives a lovely sense of space. This area will be a main entertaining area encompassing the pitching dining areas as well as the main entrance to the building.
Large rear patio doors give a generous view to the garden. Together with the addition of velux windows, natural light floods into this space which will form the heart of the family home.
The external of this bungalow extension is nearly complete. we are now focussing in the internal fixes and finishes.
The electricians have nearly completed their work and we are painting the walls. The balcony area to the rear will define this build and make a wonderful space to socialise, cook end entertain. It also gives a wonderful view over the rear garden and the village beyond!
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