Got someone coming to quote for knocking out part of the wall between our kitchen and dining room + new doors.
In an ideal world I'd like a small extension, but it seems like a false economy in terms of increasing the house value vs cost. But I had an idea the other day....
...Instead of a full width extension involving new, kitchen, electrics, moving water/waste supply, +a host of other cost/complexity, what about doing a small 2x3m extension just over the dinning room.
If we could use those ground screws or cardboard tube things, then that would also mean no foundations and just a timber frame.
The main issue I see is that the extension may block light to the kitchen window. Compass as you're looking is left = North. Red x is where all the drains are.
Any thoughts? And also what is the absolute smallest you can make a downstairs wc?