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The finishing touches are being applied to the refurbishment of an Edwardian house in the Heart of Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The house has been fully refurbished creating a modern light interior yet retaining many of the existing period features. The internal layout of the house has been sympathetically remodelled creating a light washed family house. Through the removal of internal partitions and the restructuring of the external rear wall the once dark entrance hall has been opened up creating a view out to the rear garden. An open kitchen and living area with large island unit has also been created off the main hall with views over the front garden. The original single storey outhouse to the rear has also been removed with the introduction of bi-folding doors to the dining room enabling it to be opened up to the private rear garden.

In addition to the internal reconfiguration of the house designs are currently being developed for the landscaping and external works to the property which look to update the existing driveway and entrance to the front and create a contemporary courtyard to the rear.

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The following image shows a ‘before’ and ‘after’ of the main entrance hall