Character home renovation – done properly!
The pictures do all the talking, with a new extension, complete with polished concrete floor added to the original 1920 jarrah weatherboard home.
But it’s what you can’t see that is the real value-add – every inch of this home has been re-done or improved. Re-plumbed, re-roofed, re-wired, new gyprock and insulation to the walls and insulation to the ceiling cavity make this home a pleasure to live in (not to mention Daiken reverse cycle split systems through-out the home).
Practically speaking you’ll enjoy the big rooms of this generously proportioned character home and the easy floor plan (all the bedrooms boast built-in robes, reverse cycle air conditioning and their own TV points). The large light filled open-plan living with its expanse of polished concrete is a surprising recent addition that opens to a fully paved alfresco entertaining area, with bonus built-in furniture.
The design flair in this home is self evident.
Understated, and yet overwhelmingly well done. The on-point, generously proportioned “lux” bathroom is simplicity itself. A deep freestanding bath, is just what you deserve for long relaxing soaks. Positioned under the window, you’ll relax as the light reflects off the polished jarrah boards.
The kitchen is a pleasure to be in. Entertain. Make toast. What-ever. With Caesarstone tops, exposed red brickwork, a freestanding 900mm cooker, plumbing for your fridge, dual-drawer dishwasher and a very sexy Qasair rangehood there is nothing missing from this light bright kitchen space.
Inspection is a must. Nothing has been over-looked. Come and enjoy the quality of finish and fore-thought that is rarely applied to these gorgeous character homes. All the features of yesteryear with the convenience and simplicity of modern living.
Council Rates: $1,960.74 (2018/19)
Water Rates: $997.39 (2017/18)
Contact Baston & Co. Property
- Lee and Derek Baston
- 0417 99 23 24
- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- Built-In Wardrobes
- Close to Schools
- Close to Shops
- Close to Transport