How much are Victorian Conservatory Prices?
It’s generally accepted that, in the UK housing market, building a conservatory extension onto your home can add actual monetary re-sale value. The estimated range of increase in property price is somewhere between 5% to 10%. That means improving your home with a conservatory is an investment that pays real dividends, not only in terms of extra space, but also in “hard cash”.
One of the popular styles is the Victorian conservatory, as it has a unique 3 or 5 faceted appearance with nice high decorative roof lines that many homeowners find attractive.
As one of the period conservatory designs such as Edwardian or Georgian, the Victorian is not the cheapest type of conservatory in the market. However, in terms of prices, you should be able to find a decent sized 3m x 3m Victorian conservatory for under £10,000.
That pricing is very subjective, because the final cost of a Victorian conservatory is so dependent on a combination of many factors apart from just size. For example, a design with 5 facets will cost more than a design with 3 facets, even if they are the same overall size, simply due to the extra work involved in having the extra 2 facets.
So, to provide you with a guide on how much Victorian conservatories cost to build, we have looked at what things affect the pricing and also produced a table that will give you an idea of the likely supply only or fully installed cost of a new Victorian conservatory.