Tabernacle Mews, Liverpool

In 2016, Living Brick contracted Taurus Construction to undertake the conversion of a former chapel into a selection of mews-style town houses. This project involved the complete rip-out of the church building which was then extended and divided into 4, self-contained, 2 storey houses. Each house was finished to the highest possible specification, whilst taking care to preserve the finer features of the original church create an eclectic mix of the traditional melded to the modern, current design.

High quality joinery work complimented the mullioned windows with traditional Victorian doors finished in a variety of Farrow and Ball colours. Oak return staircases with glass balustrades were installed along with hardwood flooring.

Future proofing was ensured with cat 5 cabling to all rooms, wireless surround sound systems, video intercom doorbells, automatic lighting on entry, high speed internet and all integrated appliances.

As a result of this project – completed on time and on budget as per the original specification – the client has contracted with us again to undertake the refurbishment of York House into apartments (see the York House project page for more details).

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