Alderley Lodge is a handsome arts and crafts period home in a picturesque location in Cheshire’s Alderley Edge, surrounded by wonderful mature broadleaf trees and gardens. The new owners wanted to keep the period charm of the property, whilst also creating a modern home that suited their young family and lifestyle. Strategic amendments to the layout made the house flow more logically and created a real family home.
The key to achieving this was by adding a new terrace and modern extension, utilising handmade dark bricks to compliment the original monochrome house creating much better connectivity to the garden. This space features a fabulous Bulthaup B3 Kitchen and Aga, Sky-Frame glazing, and provides an astonishing view of the gardens right from the hub of the home.
Other features include a new grand entrance hall with sweeping staircase, feature fireplace, cascading chandelier and hand-made wooden feature wall carving. Inspired by the monochrome theme of the architecture of the property, the dining room space has an incredible and unique 3.5 metre long beautifully black wooden dining table.