Clifftown Parade | Southend on Sea
Clifftown Parade | Southend on Sea
Our most recently completed project, Lonsdale, is a collection of four beautifully renovated apartments in a Victorian building, located in the Clifftown Conservation area of Southend enjoying great views over the Estuary.
All four apartments have been renovated to a very high specification, with much attention to detail, ensuring a balance between the traditional details of the building with contemporary twist.
The apartments are all fitted with high quality Moylans kitchens, a full range of Siemans appliances and finished with Marchetti Stone quartz worktops.
The attention to detail can be seen throughout the apartments from the matt black finishes in the bathroom, and electrical fittings to the wood detailing used throughout.
North Avenue | Southend on Sea
Built in the 1950's this property's primary use was as a commercial building, with it most recently being used as a trophy factory.
Harrison Developments acquired planning permission to convert it into two residential homes. We created two mews style bungalows, with a high standard contemporary finish, along with off street parking for both properties.
The open plan layout and high vaulted ceilings gave a light and spacious feel to the property. The bungalows were both completed with smooth plastered walls and wood accents.
Beedell Avenue | Westcliff on Sea
Electric Avenue | Westcliff on Sea
The location of the properties was unusual with a 18th century church being located next door, this was something which gave this development a unique appeal.
Located a few minutes walk from the London Road, only 2 miles from the seafront and city train links makes this a great buying opportunity.
This new build site comprised of two apartments, each with an assigned parking space. The first and second floor two bed apartment is extremely spacious with two large double bedroom's with the top floor bedroom gaining an en suite bathroom.
With smooth plastered walls and oak hardwood doors and skirting, high gloss kitchens gives the standard at Electric a quality and professional finish.
Inverness Avenue | Westcliff on Sea
This three bed semi detached property was a complete refurbishment project. We bought this probate property which hadn't been updated since it's purchase back in the 1960's. Due to the internal age of the property the demand to ingest some modern improvements were needed.
In order to achieve this we removed the kitchen from the rear of the property and replaced it with a downstairs toilet and shower room. In the rest of space left by the removal of the kitchen we created a utility room and housing for a washing machine and dryer.
We removed the separating wall from the lounge to the dining room to then create an open plan kitchen. This meant the lounge, dining room and kitchen were merged into one room which gave a sense of free movement throughout the ground floor.
Internally throughout the property we installed hard wood doors and replaced the front and back entrances with black composite doors. To bring the U-value up to current standards all windows were replaced, this not only improved the efficiency of the home but it gave the exterior a more modern feel.
East Street | Rochford
This Rochford based development is a brilliant example of how to maximise space. We were able to successfully renovate a three storey 1970’s newsagents into four elegant and spacious apartments.
These generous one and two bedroom apartments boast modern high gloss kitchens with a range of appliances with ample living quarters, sizeable bedrooms and luxury bathrooms. The Victorian style wooden sash windows along side the neutral exterior paint upheld the ancient market town characteristics, this was a stark contrast to an interior that was current and fresh.
The overall finish of these apartments were to a very high standard and mainly appealed to young professionals due to the proximity of Rochford train station, providing access to the city and the newly built Southend Airport.
Church Street | Rayleigh
Numbers 2,3 and 5 Church Street was an incredible project, it was a complete transformation of a grade 2 listed building situated at the top of Rayleigh high street.
Being used as offices, our job was to convert the buildings back to their original use which was three small residential cottages. Dealing with a listed building was a demanding task but we relished the opportunity to create something special from such fascinating properties.
The iconic aspects of the buildings such as the windows, beams and fireplaces were features we wanted to preserve in order to uphold the characteristics of the properties. With the use of the buildings changing dramatically over their lifetime from residential, cafes, various shops then to offices in the 1980's to create contemporary living styles and to keep the historical integrity intact was a success.