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Ground floor redesign

We are looking to redo our kitchen and have come up with idea that instead of simply replacing our kitchen, to install the kitchen into our current living room/diner. This would then become an open plan kitchen/diner/lounge. We would then make the current kitchen a second reception room. Two questions we have are: Where we would want the kitchen to go in the room doesn't have an external wall, is this an issue? Secondly would this change make a difference to our house value and make it more attractive to buyers if we decided to ever sell the property?

Asked on Jun 20 2018, Home Improvement in Newmarket | Report content

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  • Hello Jensen, It's hard to say without seeing a full floor plan but there might be issues with extraction if there is not an external wall. You could have some kind of flue, but they can be bulky and look a bit unattractive. Although some people prefer to have their kitchen separate, I personally think having a second room would certainly add value. So if you can get this to work it could be worthwhile... All the best with your plans, Ruban

    Answered on Jun 21 2018, Report content

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