End-Terraced Small Loft Conversion Build
This is a project I worked on recently. A converted loft in a gable-end late 19th century terrace. I thought I'd share it on here as it's a good example of a smaller loft conversion than what we're used to seeing on here. Technically this isn't classed as an extra bedroom, but it's plenty large enough for it's intended purpose as a new kids room. The build is not done to building regulations due to the limited height.
The client was not willing to have the upstairs ceilings lowered to create the required headroom to have the build done to regs. The advantages to such a build are 1: cost, 2: freedom to do the project without regulatory restrictions.
The loft is split into two sections, the main room and a full-length "crawl-in" cupboard. There is also extra storage space in one of the eave sections. The client was very keen to create as-much usable storage space as possible, in the hopes of being able to open-up some space in other parts of the house.
The project took 12 weeks to complete (working solo), and cost just over £10k all-in.