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Renovated grade II listed brick home with sash windows


A transformation of a beautiful Grade II listed town house.

360 Living completely transformed a beautiful Grade II listed town house in Old Town Beaconsfield; the property was in poor repair and in need of a major refurbishment. Inside the house had many of its original features including beams, a central staircase and three bedrooms. The back of the house was a cluster of messy extensions and overall the property felt old, dated and dark.

The 360 Living team helped design the changes to the house working closely with Garrett McKee Architects. The planning supported the removal of the existing extensions at the rear of the house, allowing a new single breath-taking glazed extension to take their place.

“The re-design is a stunning, trendy open-plan kitchen/diner and entertainment space. The full-width sliding doors open up onto the rear patio and garden allowing light to flood into our favourite part of the house”

Zach Smith – Property Owner

A unique feature of the house is a courtyard connected to the kitchen by full-length glazed doors, providing the feel of an atrium. The outside area is designed to flow from the outside in with continuous tiling and no thresholds when the large sliding doors are opened. It is a particularly attractive space to enjoy at sunset, when automated lighting illuminates the tasteful furniture, plants and masonry.

Much of the natural period beauty is retained in the original part of the house, accessed via a stunning custom pivot door. The ground level extension created the foundations for the upstairs redevelopment. 

A glazed roof light above the main staircase allows natural light to spill into the main reception area, lighting up a section of the house that previously felt dark.  Now boasting a large master bedroom, en-suite bathroom and dressing room, two further bedrooms and family bathroom, the upstairs was completely transformed.

The house was electrically & mechanically redesigned. As a result of the refurbishment, old period features of the house were unearthed and historic beams uncovered throughout the property.

“We were so delighted to find these long lost features and, although it added an additional challenge, 360 Living remained focused on restoring the house to its former glory”

A full home automation system was installed controlling the AV, custom lighting and security system as well as the downstairs snug featuring a cinema projector and 120″ screen.  The screen was designed to drop down in front of the inglenook fireplace, which was opened up during the renovation. This created an inviting area ideal for family movie nights.




360 Living Ltd

7 Nightingales Corner





01494 764771

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