London could easily be described as the “Loft Conversion Capital” of the UK and with the current average house price of a West London four-bedroom home being a staggering £240,000 more than the average price of a three-bedroom, it’s no surprise that many people are choosing to extend upwards by converting their lofts.
A space for every occasion
The most common purpose of a loft conversion in properties in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is to increase the number of bedrooms – and more often than not, a bedroom is enhanced with the installation of an en suite bathroom. However, West London loft conversions are not restricted to creating extra bedrooms. We encourage our clients to convert their lofts into anything they desire – use your imagination to create your own unique space.
As your children hit their teens, why not use your loft space to provide them with their very own games room or den at the top of the house – their own space where they can relax and unwind with friends? Perhaps you have all the rooms you need but struggle with storage. By converting your loft into a well-planned space complete with under eaves cupboards, you will be able to de-clutter your home and improve your lifestyle. Your loft conversion really can be anything you want it to be, from a home office, guest bedroom, playroom or additional bathroom and wet room.
Depending on your property and requirements, some of our past clients have been able to create a bright spacious room with French doors leading out onto their own private roof terrace, complete with a secluded roof garden. The possibilities really are endless!
An income generator
Whether in Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon or Hounslow, a loft conversion could be used to create an extra income for yourself. Have you thought about adding an en-suite bedroom in your loft space to rent out to a paying tenant? With the fluid West London population, a stylish loft conversion would provide a sought after rental opportunity.
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