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Victorian Conservatory

A photo of a victorian style conservatory - get free quotes nowThe most popular style in the UK, the Victorian style conservatory has a traditional look that suits the majority of properties. The flexibility of design in Victorian conservatories also means that they are suitable for a range of uses and are often enjoyed as dining rooms, playrooms or second living rooms.

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Characteristics of Victorian conservatories

The main feature of a Victorian conservatory is the bay front, combined with a steeply pitched roof and ornate detailing. The majority of Victorian conservatories will also feature a dwarf wall – a small wall running around the bottom section of the conservatory.

A dwarf wall isn’t always present – some builds may be fully glazed, with glass from top to bottom.

Generally Victorian conservatories have a multifaceted design with 3, 5 or even 7 window facets, however a P-Shaped conservatory is also a popular choice.

Benefits of Victorian conservatories

The bay and multifaceted design of a Victorian conservatory will give you panoramic views of your garden or surrounding areas. The styling, which often features ornate and eye catching design, means that Victorian conservatories look beautiful on older properties but also make a stylish addition to newer builds.

Space is another big plus, with the versatile roofing meaning you can choose a style and shape to fit your needs.

Cost of Victorian conservatories

Victorian conservatory prices will depend on a number of factors including the size and shape you opt for. Conservatory Online Prices have estimated that a victorian lean to conservatory with dimensions 3.5m X 3.5m should come in at under £13,000, whilst House Extension Online says prices can start from around £4,000 for a small victorian conservatory.

The cost may also vary depending on the kind of materials you choose, with the majority of conservatories using a combination of wood or uPVC frames and glass or polycarbonate panes.

It’s also important to note that a P-shaped conservatory could cost more than a standard 3-7 facet design.

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Frequently asked questions

Will I need planning permission for a conservatory?

Generally you do not need planning permission for a conservatory providing it falls within a set of guidelines. You can find more information on these in our guide to conservatory planning permission.

How secure is a conservatory?

This depends on the kind of security measures you have in place. For example internal beading, toughened glass and security locks will make a big difference when it comes to preventing an intruder from breaking in. You can find out more in our guide to keeping your conservatory secure.