Earlbank Avenue

The end terrace house in this conservation area of late nineteenth century two storey dwellings had an inappropriate plastic conservatory stuck onto its rear elevation, and the existing kitchen was beside this and very small.
The existing conservatory was demolished, and the building extended in stone and timber, to create a garden room and a study bedroom. The new kitchen was brought into the heart of the house, forming a kitchen and dining room linking directly with the new garden room, with new windows in the existing gable.


Location:Scotstoun, Glasgow