In London, a large garden space is not a luxury many households have. When deciding how best to add value to your property, many of our clients simply don’t have the space to build an extension and when gardens are a luxury, it seems it is better to ‘go up rather than go out’
A loft conversion is smart building. It is utilizing space that you already have but are not using. Most property have an empty space in the roof which is too often overloaded with old junk and of course, that box of Christmas decorations from 1989!
Many surveys conducted over the last few years show that a loft conversion can add up to 10% value to your property. In today’s current market, this is an exceptional opportunity and one that many are thankful for at a later date.
A trend that has been identified for 2016 is the Home Office. This has already become a regular occurrence in the past few years as more and more people have excessive workloads that spill over in to home life or entrepreneurs that have started their own business need a hub to work from. Adding a home office in to your loft conversion will give you the option of transforming in to a bedroom at a later date if needed.
Another 2016 Trend is the addition of an ensuite in a Loft Conversion. Especially if your objective is to add another bedroom, an ensuite is not only ideal and practical, it can also be a stunning and modern way to take advantage of the ‘hotel room chic’ style that is becoming very popular.
If you are interested in finding out the benefits of a Loft Conversion, then Contact the Foster and Group and we will be happy to discuss your potential project with you.