hadley street
Project type:
Residential – extensive external and internal remodelling

Refurbished area covered 70 m2

North London

July 2013

Summary description:

Hadley Street is a narrow mid-Victorian terraced house in Kentish Town, North London. It has two storeys and a single storey rear extension. The property backs directly onto the London Overground Victorian railway arches.

The client’s brief was to open up, refurbish and improve the kitchen/dining room layout, provide a study area and relocate the ground floor bathroom. The project also includes hard landscaping to back garden and roof terrace.

A larger walk-on rooflight at terrace level provides improved natural light into the kitchen, and the new study has large sliding-folding oak-framed doors to the patio garden.

The dining room is widened by introducing a zinc clad, oak lined bay window seat.

Internal finishes are European oak, marble and coloured laminated panels. Ipe decking with subtle integrated lighting has been used on the roof terrace and external lighting to the garden areas.

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