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After downsizing to a small Victorian terraced house from a five-bedroom property, Judith Meager was keen to create more room. As the kitchen was dark with little worktop space, and the garden was a good size, she knew it would be right to replace the old unattractive lean-to, with a single storey extension out into the garden and to the side to create an open-plan kitchen diner.
Judith turned to architect David Leyden to come up with a design. She wanted to retain the period features of the existing reception rooms, while adding a large, sociable space that incorporated a kitchen, dining and living area, while looking out onto the garden.