This property refurbishment is located in the heart of London’s West End within the Seven Dials Conservation Area. 36 Earlham Street is a Grade II listed late 18th century end of terrace property. Originally three stories, the property appears to have been refaced in the mid-19th century with the characteristically larger plate glass sash windows with stucco surrounds when the roof was also raised and rebuilt. The building was home to a family butchers who occupied the building until recently. The upper floors form two apartments, a single bedroom flat to the first floor and maisonette above accessed from an original staircase.
Mark Fairhurst Architects were appointed by AK & AK Property Ltd to refurbish and extend the property. After consultation with Camden Councils Conservation Team, a new loft extension and infill to the second floor terrace was agreed allowing integral reconfiguration to create three apartments whilst retain the original staircase.
Client: AK & AK Property Ltd
Floor Area: 121 sq/m