Old Victorian house, narrow kitchen

Mario S
9 days ago

Hi. Just bought a victorian house, which hasn't been modernised since the 60s. The house has a very narrow kitchen, leading off one of the rear rooms, I think originally it was a scullery. If you walk around the rear of this is an old toilet accessed via a separate door.

my question is, do I update this to a modern kitchen, removing the toilet, or, knock it down, making already learge garden bigger and then convert the room the kitchen was leading off into a kitchen

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