Conservatories are frequently created in the most unlikely places and a valuable extra room can be built in a previously unused part of a courtyard or garden. In towns and cities, where many houses and flats have living accommodation and gardens that are small, every square metre is a valuable asset that you can use to improve both the quality of your life and the value of your property.
We have designed and built many glazed structures for city properties –extensions to basement flats, additions to first and second-floor apartments and even on rooftops.
Due to the space in the average townhouse being at a premium, an orangery or conservatory is a great was to create more space to relax in your property. You can create an extra room within the home itself or make use of space in a disused terrace or garden area.
Although you can have an orangery attached to your townhouse most people will opt for a conservatory due to space limits and best use of natural light. Townhouse conservatories tend to be small projects but there can be some issues with gaining access to townhouse properties so it's always best to contact a conservatory manufacturer who has plenty of experience in these projects.
Historically, a townhouse was the city residence of a noble or wealthy family, who would own one or more country houses.Larger townhouses are sometimes now split up into individual flats. Having a unique and distinct style it's important to consider the existing proportions and detail of the house as most townhouses were built in the Victorian era this specific detailing is considered and reflected when designing your Hampton conservatory or glass extensions that complement period townhouse architecture
Hampton conservatories have been helping home owners design and create fantastic new living spaces in their townhouses from London to Edinburgh.
Our 35 Years of experience have taught us how to maximise on space while keeping high end-design at the heart of the project.
London has always been a popular location for townhouse owners to create extra living space in a city where every sq. ft is precious. There are multiple ways of creating space depending on your own individual project and what space is potentially available so it's always best to contact a specialist in dealing with townhouse conservatories like Hamptons Conservatories.
Townhouses tend to be found in built-up town centre locations which mean that the land and garden areas that come with them tend not to be as generous as you would get if you lived out in the country so most townhouse conservatory customers favour small conservatories.
No matter what size, creating a new space within your home that you can relax or share with close family and friends is always a benefit. You should speak to one of our designers about ideas for a small conservatory for Town houses.