Elegant and timeless, the hipped back Edwardian build adds character, space and light to your home.
About our Edwardian hipped back conservatory
The hipped back conservatory — also known as a double hipped conservatory — comes with a box gutter and a sloping pitched roof that connects to your home’s wall. Designed to perfectly suit properties limited by height restrictions, the hipped back Edwardian is a popular conservatory style for those looking to increase their living space. Suiting all house types, including bungalows, period properties and new builds, they offer a large, sun-filled addition to your home.
- Enhance the size and value of your property with a period-influenced conservatory design
- Customise an entirely bespoke project — choose your preferred roof, doors and window frames
- Maximise your space and natural surroundings with a beautiful structure that lets in plenty of natural light
- Create a brand new room with comfortable temperatures all year round, thanks to our energy-efficient materials
Hipped back Edwardian conservatory designs and features
A hipped back Edwardian conservatory is versatile and suitable for all house types, including bungalows.
You may be facing height restrictions due to pipework or lower window positions on your property. Thanks to the sloping roof that connects to the property wall and a box gutter, an Edwardian hipped back conservatory is the ideal solution.
Double hipped Edwardian conservatories have large windows that increase the amount of light that enters the room — giving the impression of more space. Thanks to its modern design, this conservatory style is a popular choice for many of our customers.
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Double hipped Edwardian conservatory style options
Here at ConservatoryLand, we offer high-quality and bespoke conservatory builds. Our Edwardian hipped back conservatories are no exception — every build is custom-made and tailored to your preferences, so you can design the entire project from start to finish.
You’ll be free to choose between either a polycarbonate or solar control glass roof system, which prevents heat build-up. This means you can enjoy your space all year — whatever the weather. And with the option to install our self-cleaning glazing, your conservatory can benefit from very little maintenance.
As well as selecting the exact size of your project, you can opt between a full glass or dwarf wall style. Even down to the colour scheme, you can choose from our wide range of options, including rosewood and golden oak — making sure your brand new conservatory is completely bespoke. And with our unique ConservaBase system that provides the perfect foundations, you can enjoy a seamless installation.
Our finance plans
Thanks to our flexible payment plans, buying your dream conservatory has never been easier. With an initial deposit of just £99, you’re free to spread the cost of your brand new conservatory.
At ConservatoryLand, we offer affordable, high-quality hipped back Edwardian conservatories. And with each element of the build in your hands, you can customise the options to change the overall price.
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Get a quote from ConservatoryLand
Could an Edwardian hipped back conservatory be the perfect style for you? Fill out our online form or give us a call, and we’ll provide you with a free personalised quote based on your preferred conservatory style and customisations. If you need more advice and ideas, our friendly team will be happy to help.
Looking for more inspiration? Order a free brochure today and explore the entire range at ConservatoryLand.
Customer of the Month Case Studies
Mrs Archdeacon opted for a Hipped Back Edwardian Conservatory in October 2019. The project technical specifications were clear. Mrs Archdeacon required a sided conservatory to plug a ready-made gap between a pre-existing brick extension and the neighbouring fence.
As always – our factory came up with the goods.
Which meant that the parts required for Mrs Archdeacon’s conservatory were perfectly manufactured to the measurements required – and the approved installer could get stuck in without any worries.
The project completed with minimal disruption – it’s fair to say that Mrs Archdeacon was thrilled with the planning and execution of the build.
You can read Mrs Archdeacon’s Hipped Back Edwardian Conservatory along with many other Case Studies in our archive.