Updating a 1970s home

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Jed and Sarah moved into their new house in September 2001 and set about creating a family home.

Baby Harry arrived that December and their second child, Max, was born two years later.

Read more HI Ebony well the certainly is a big wall!

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‘Sarah was expecting our first son, Harry, and we were desperate for more living space and a garden, so we put our flat on the market.Read more HI Sam anytime you change the layout of the kitchen you will need to look at the flooring as well, so keep that in mind.You can keep the back wall of appliances and then change it to hav...‘We also considered extending above the garage, but were advised that this section would need to be entirely rebuilt to support an extra storey – plus, it would have been too near to our neighbour’s house.’ Eventually, the couple decided to build a new two-storey extension on the other side of the house, where there was an existing u PVC conservatory.They approached architect Jillian Mitchell of Project Logistics Architecture to come up with an appropriate design.

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