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Squire and Partners completes £6.1m London townhouses

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Squire and Partners has completed this £6.1 million housing scheme in Clapham, south west London

The 2,200m2 development of three six-bedroom homes sits within a street of traditional Victorian villas.

At ground floor level the homes have an open plan living space linked to the garden through full-height glazed doors.

The upper floors feature the bedrooms, a library, games room and a living room opening out onto a terrace overlooking the garden.

Constructed from brick and natural stone, the houses are also detailed with bespoke patterned metalwork and carved timber joinery.

The practice worked as developer, architect and interior designer on the project and practice founder Michael Squire has moved in to one of the homes.

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Project data

Location Clapham, London
Type of project new-build residential  
Client Squire and Partners
Architect Squire and Partners
Planning consultant Savills
Structural engineer David Maguire + Whitby
M&E consultant Atelier 10
Quantity surveyor Rider Hunt
Planning supervisor Quantem
Lighting consultant Orlight
Main contractor Hyden Construction
Funding private
Tender date March 2013 (phase 1) and September 2013 (phase 2)
Start on site date March 2013
Completion date June 2015
Contract duration 2 years
Gross internal floor area 2,200m2
Form of contract and/or procurement JCT 2011 without quantities
Total cost £6.1 million

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  • Just to be clear, is each house around 733sqm, which seems quite generous even for a 6 bedroom house ? Do we know how much the others sold for ?

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