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Our Pilgrims Way project featured on Houzz

Our Pilgrims Way project featured on Houzz

This grand Surrey property had been left largely untouched since it was built in the 1920s when architect Leigh Bowen was commissioned to give it a 21st century makeover by new owner Dawn Smith. Dawn wanted to retain the original 1920s facade, but was keen to maximise the grounds of the corner property by extending around the sides and to the rear, as well as opening up the ground floor into an airy, open-plan family space. ‘It was quite a substantial renovation that took around 10 months to complete. We replaced the entire roof and back of the house,’ explains Leigh.

Ultimately, however, Leigh puts the success of the build down to Dawn’s excellent brief. ‘She knew exactly what she wanted and was quite adventurous – which made my job a lot easier,’ he explains…

Continue reading all about our Pilgrims Way project in the Houzz featured article ‘A 1920s House Reinvented as a Chic Modern Family Home’ on Houzz.