We were tasked with completing a full house renovation in Coveta Fuma, Alicante. The project involved creating an open-plan living and kitchen area, refurbishing the kitchen and bathrooms, and renovating the swimming pool while enhancing the home's exterior landscaping.

The three-bedroom semi-detached Spanish home, with a spacious garden, had not seen renovations in over 45 years. The new owners, a young family of four, wanted to modernize their residence, and our company was entrusted with the task of renovating the entire home. This included repairing and retiling the existing large swimming pool on the premises, requiring careful coordination between the owners and the construction teams, a challenge that Marius and his team successfully navigated.

The project began with a complete overhaul of the existing floors, ceilings, and walls, which was crucial for such an old house. The internal remodeling aimed to create a seamless flow, transforming the ground floor into a visually connected open-plan living space.

The south-facing lounge area, boasting a splendid sea view, underwent significant changes. By replacing four small windows and a central chimney with three floor-to-ceiling windows, the space gained natural light and a voguish feel. The introduction of structural posts and beams, followed by the installation of dark grey aluminium windows, added a modern touch to the home.

The new bedroom and suite bathroom situated on the first floor, having the windows all the way to the floor, extended the rooms to the back garden.

Right where the old exterior wall was, the new open plan kitchen is now the main attraction, offering a large worktop, comfortable breakfast bar, and plenty of units.
The dining area with an oval table for six offers space and splendid views, being in between the big sliding doors and kitchen counter.

Next to that, is the metal spiral staircase that takes you to the roof. Here we had a big challenge: we had to cover the staircase, not go over the handrail height so the back neighbor does not lose the sea views, and to stay within the budget. Our team came up with the idea of using aluminium, glass, and polycarbonate in order to create a skylight and cover the staircase.

Here on the roof, we’ve replaced the old screen blocks with a 10 cm wall, being a handrail, and increased the facade height as well. Also, we've found the perfect skylight solution for the budget, simple and effective.

Moving on to the ground floor involved cutting the floor and introducing a metal structure to shape a new staircase between the two floors. The wall beside was finished with crazy paving / natural stone, hiding the fact that it was not perfectly vertical.

Next, the team installed a new bathroom on the ground floor and two bedrooms, each of the bedrooms with a built-in wardrobe.

As before at this level was a garage, from this garage we’ve managed to build a bathroom and a small but cozy lounge area.

From the ground floor bedrooms, you go directly to the pool area, which before being renovated it looked old and untidy. Now, after the pool has been retiled and refilled, looks very inviting, being the place to be all over the warm season, almost three-quarters of the year. Also, there is a BBQ and a sitting area, the perfect place for summer evenings to share a juicy steak, and a few drinks with family and friends.

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