Raglan Road, Reigate
Extension and Remodelling of an Old Stable Building - Work in progress
The existing stable building sits in the generous rear garden of a former detached Victorian dower house located within the Wray Common Conservation Area, adjacent to a Curtilage Grade II Listed Building.
The brief was to extend the stable building to create a flexible space which could also accommodate an ensuite guest room.
The proposed contemporary extension has been carefully designed to include a glazed link to help respect the character and proportions of the original stable building. The standing seam metal cladding enhances the form of the building and simplifies the number of materials and junctions required. The glazed gable end allows light to flood into the space whilst providing a view out from the new mezzanine level. The brise soleil provides solar shading during the Summer months whilst the stepped decking area will connect the new extension to the existing outdoor dining patio.
The old stable building will be remodelled to include an ensuite shower room, kitchenette and storage at ground floor level with occasional sleeping accommodation at mezzanine level.
Planning permission was granted in January 2022.
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