Restoration & Refurbishment Question

Restoration of edwardian house, is this going to break the bank?

I am hoping to restore an Edwardian house in the new forest. It needs damp a new damp course, roof attention, repointing and some of the bricks have decayed, one of the drains is blocked, Central heating, rewiring, new kitchen, bathroom, replastering to walls and ceilings, new windows, chimney stack needs looking at, new flooring downstairs due to damp. I have had a full survey done which feels fairly damning, however it's all about the money and I need to know what figures I am looking at? Help!!

2 Answers

a lot of money!! defo a 5 figure sum. depending on wha tye of things you go for in the house expensive tiles etc rather than cheap bathrooms and kitchen but still definatley a 5 figure sum until its viewed hard to say

Answered 12th Jan 2013

a1 plastering & tiling

Member since 10 Oct 2011

you dont say if it a listed property as this will most certainlly add to you final figure old buildings are money pits as most thing have to be made to order a1 plastering & tiling is right think 5 figures

Answered 12th Jan 2013

ADR Property Maintenance

Member since 1 Mar 2009

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