Hip to gable - left hand

Hip to gable - right hand

End of terrace hip to gable

End of terrce victorian,
with gable and hip ends

End of terrace & semi detached

Overview

Some end-of-terrace conversions are the same as if a house were mid-terrace, some are gable ended and some have the sloping hip end. You will see when you open up the options the differences and possibilities.

The end of terrace has 40 cubic metres permitted development the same as a mid terrace. It's just that some have the sloping hip end roof and have a small loft which will need to be extended further to gain the space required for the new loft rooms. So if the loft space is small don't worry, we will be able to extend the roof and and make the loft big enough for you to use after we have converted it.

You will be able to see many examples of our previous conversions of this nature, just call us and we will be able to guide you.

End of terrace and
semi detached

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