Holland Park
Refurbishing a Listed Building

Refurbishment of this Grade II Listed property involved enlarging the floor area from approximately 8,000 to 13,500 sq ft. This included the insertion of a basement swimming pool under the rear garden, servants quarters and a new lift. The introduction of heavy mechanical and electrical plant into a traditional domestic property required careful planning and coordination. Statutory controls were also applied rigorously.
Refurbishment of this Grade II Listed property involved enlarging the floor area from approximately 8,000 to 13,500 sq ft. This included the insertion of a basement swimming pool under the rear garden, servants quarters and a new lift. The introduction of heavy mechanical and electrical plant into a traditional domestic property required careful planning and coordination. Statutory controls were also applied rigorously.
Refurbishment of this Grade II Listed property involved enlarging the floor area from approximately 8,000 to 13,500 sq ft. This included the insertion of a basement swimming pool under the rear garden, servants quarters and a new lift. The introduction of heavy mechanical and electrical plant into a traditional domestic property required careful planning and coordination. Statutory controls were also applied rigorously.
Refurbishment of this Grade II Listed property involved enlarging the floor area from approximately 8,000 to 13,500 sq ft. This included the insertion of a basement swimming pool under the rear garden, servants quarters and a new lift. The introduction of heavy mechanical and electrical plant into a traditional domestic property required careful planning and coordination. Statutory controls were also applied rigorously.
Refurbishment of this Grade II Listed property involved enlarging the floor area from approximately 8,000 to 13,500 sq ft. This included the insertion of a basement swimming pool under the rear garden, servants quarters and a new lift. The introduction of heavy mechanical and electrical plant into a traditional domestic property required careful planning and coordination. Statutory controls were also applied rigorously.