This property was originally a 2-storey 1970’s infill development comprising 2 apartment units, with a courtyard to the front and a compact south-facing garden to the rear.
The owners of this detached modern property wanted to adapt the existing configuration to modern family needs, extend the accommodation, and upgrade the building fabric and services to current standards. Most importantly, all areas of the house had to be easily accessible to and usable by the wheelchair-user owner.
This property was originally a nondescript 2-storey 1930’s detached house, with uninsulated concrete block walls and single-glazed timber windows, The new owners were keen to create additional space and reconfigure the existing plan, while changing the external presentation of the house so that it looked as if “it had always been there”.
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“COMPACT TOWNHOUSE”: Existing House: 88 sq.m. New Addition: 42 sq.m. Value: €200k. Duration: 6 months This is a compact 1930’s…
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