Crouch End house extension - architects drawing plans

Architecture for London has submitted a planning application for our Crouch End extension

The property is a lower ground floor flat, converted from a detached Victorian house in the London Borough of Haringey.


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A basement extension is proposed beneath the existing flat, this contains a sound proofed recording studio and an open plan kitchen and living room with a new bespoke timber stair. A number of partition walls are removed in the existing spaces, and all bathrooms are to be refurbished. Single glazed windows are to be replaced with double glazing with traditional profiles.

Crouch End expanded greatly in the late Victorian period and as a result, most of its street patterns were laid out in the late 19th century, with homes designed in similar late Victorian and Edwardian styles.

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Architect designed Islington flat

Project architect: Ben Ridley

Location: Hazellville Road, Crouch End N19

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