Location: Sandhurst, Berkshire
This is one of the most significant architectural design projects that Thames Valley Windows has undertaken. Our client bought a 1970s Charles Church neo-Georgian property in Sandhurst, Berkshire, and has remodeled and extended it in to the stunning home it is today. The dream was to duplicate the look of an Octagon Homes new build. Our most experienced Architectural Designers set to work, producing 3D architectural drawings, and created a design that exceeded our client’s expectations. In their words, it blew them away!
Our client arranged their own builders and Thames Valley Windows supplied and installed the windows, timber front door and Solarlux bi-fold doors at the back.
Beautiful timber sliding sash windows were chosen, in keeping with the style of the property. The factory finished engineered timber windows are set in to stone surrounds. They have a marginal Georgian design and a modern style spiral balance sash.
A stunning project!
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November 2017 Berkshire, Bracknell