Dormer left hand

Dormer right hand

1920s-1930s mid-terrace

Overview

This period of property is one of the most commonly worked on through out year, and we have many examples for you to check out at some point later when you're ready.

These houses are more compact with lower ceilings, and are very sturdily built and are also very straightforward to convert. Check out some of the options here and you will see what can be achieved Generally people will go for one bedroom, but many will have two and also a large shower room.

The rear roof is removed full width and a dormer extension is constructed, with the addition of new windows or French doors and a juliette balcony, this is a great addition for the feeling of space and light.

1920s and 1930s
mid-terrace

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

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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
Victorian & Edwardian Terraced Houses | End of Terrace & Semi Detached Houses | 1920s & 1930s Houses | Flats, Maisonettes, Conservation Areas | Velux conversions
Website by Green Orange Ltd