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Heritage

Grade II Listed Restoration & Conversion

Park Town House – a Grade II listed four-storey semi-detached Victoria Villa, located within the North Oxford Victorian Suburb Conservation Area – required a delicate design scheme and careful planning negotiations to be faithfully restored to a single dwelling, after it had been compartmentalised into separate flats some thirty years ago.

AO worked closely with the client and Interior Designer, Nia Morris, to create a design that combined both the historical features and layout of the house with the needs of a modern family home. Design highlights include period detailing and feature fireplaces in the formal drawing and dining room, bar, walnut dressing room off the master suite, mezzanine playroom in the loft space, and spiral wine cellar in the basement.

A beautiful open plan kitchen / family room by Kitchen Architecture, opens out onto the sunken terrace, landscaped gardens by Hadingham Kirk, and sympathetically designed multi-use garden studio - connecting indoor and outdoor spaces and old with new.

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Project Details
Project Name Park Town House
Project Reference 15060
Planning Consultant JPPC Chartered Town Planners
Main Contractor W G Carter
Interior Design Nia Morris Design
Landscape Design Hadingham Kirk
Photography © Andrew Beasley