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One of the most common reasons is the cost of purchasing an adjacent apartment and combining it with an existing can be more appealing than the cost of purchasing a new apartment with similar square footage, not to mention the stress of house hunting and moving. There are a number of things anyone considering such a project should be aware of, a blog we wrote on this very topic can provide you with additional details.
This specific London apartment renovation project in Fulham involved the horizontal combination of an existing one bedroom apartment with a newly purchased one bedroom unit next door. As is common with almost any project involving the adjoining of two apartments, the scope of construction included work being done in both units to ensure a uniform floor and ceiling height and the integration of the electrical system. The scope of work also included a full renovation of a bathroom, in a mid-century Scandinavian design, plus the renovation of a floors, doors, paint, and general carpentry work.