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The project is a single-storey side extension to a ground floor property in a 1950s ex-council apartment building. The project is situated in Hampstead's Mansfield conservation area.
The property, 29 Mackeson Road, is a mid-century 1950s terrace hemmed in by late 19th century Victorian terraces on the west side of the street. The block is a post war infill, typical of the area and is unique to the street in that it is the only set of houses that are not Victorian in age or character. The building in question is a three-storey split-level property, consisting of ground, first and second floors.
The proposal is to extend the flat to both the rear and side by approximately 2m and 1.8m respectively. In doing so, the aim is to create a larger open plan Living/Kitchen/Dining space with a direct relationship with the existing garden, with bi-folding doors opening out. The desire is to also utilise the small paved space in the middle of the property, creating a courtyard space with direct access to the side return. The current flat to the rear is currently a small and tight space and the desire is to create a more open and inviting space, without compromising the garden and allow for as much natural daylight as possible.
West Port & Company