The family favoured a traditional style, L-shape Granny Annexe, complete with brick quoins and a roomy 10.28m2 storage room attached to the side – perfect to store all garden equipment and tools.
Planning, Care, Granny Annexe London, Planning Permission,
Project – London
After planning permission was granted for the large 64.37m2 Granny Annexe in London, the ground works team could begin laying the foundations ready for the annexe structure to be built. The family favoured a traditional style, L-shape Granny Annexe, complete with brick quoins and a roomy 10.28m2 storage room attached to the side – perfect to store all garden equipment and tools.
Their elderly mother who lives within the annexe required wide entry and internal doorways to fit and manoeuvre a wheelchair, and the decking area had to also include a ramp. Inside the Granny Annexe, there is a spacious bedroom, which fits in a double bed and a large oak wardrobe.
The bathroom included a low-level entry shower tray into the shower, a white vanity unit, toilet and sink with a heated tower rail, which is included as standard within all of our Granny Annexe homes. Hand rails and a shower seat were also fitted to help accessibility in the bathroom.
The impressive, open plan lounge/diner and kitchen area is light and airy, particularly because of the two clever, self-opening, electric Velux windows, which can be operated simply with a touch of a button.
To add a more traditional feel to the annexe, the family opted for an oak laminate kitchen work top, instead of our standard black stone laminate choice, and the interior walls were painted an elegant light cream colour. Overall, the customer was extremely happy with the finished product, which was ‘more than we could have really imagined’.