Victorian and
Edwardian

End of Terrace
& semi detached

1920s and 1930s
terrace

Flats, maisonettes,
conservation areas

Velux roof light
conversions

End of Terrace
& semi detached

End terrace, gable and hip ends

If you are a semi or at the end of a terrace where the side roof is pitched, you have a number of opportunities. You will probably require a Hip to Gable conversion. The photos show how this is done by extending the ridge of the roof to the end and building.

We then build in the front roof by extending it across to form a gable end up to the side of the house, this gives a surprising amount of space. The rear roof is removed to form a dormer where we would add in windows or large French doors with juilette balcony. This gives a great feel to the conversion with great light advantage and of course sometimes great views. With this conversion you can have one or two bedrooms with bath or shower rooms.

Hip to gable - left hand

Hip to gable - right hand

End of terrace hip to gable

End terrace, gable and hip ends

36-38 Old Devonshire Road, London, SW12 9RB

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Plans - example 1

Plans - example 2

End of terrace with gable ends - example 1

End of terrace with gable ends - example 2

36-38 Old Devonshire Road, London, SW12 9RB

Loft Conversions Home | Introduction | Costs of a loft extension | Examples of Dormers, Mansards, Hip to Gable | Testimonials | Planning Permission and other practicalities
Contact South London Lofts | Victorian & Edwardian Terraced Houses | End of Terrace & Semi Deatched Houses | 1920s & 1930s Houses | Flats, Maisonettes, Conservation Areas | Velux conversions
Website by Green Orange Ltd