This modest 3 bedroom Victorian weatherboard home has been transformed internally and extended to create a series of contemporary living spaces for the family. While the extension would be described as open living, it has clearly defined kitchen, dining and living spaces that are defined by screens and ceiling heights rather than walls.
The formal dining area is cantilevered over the grey tiled 9 x 3metre pool at one end and at the other, a suspended floating Victorian Ash wine bar is a highlight. Some of the many features include French tiles in the family bathroom, over table pendants and feature pendant lighting, double glazed windows, open fireplace, solar hot water and pool heating.
This bold interior has a warmth and approachability, it transitions comfortably between the old and new parts of the house and it is well connected to the landscape. Ultimately it is a comfortable, liveable family home for years to come.
What our Client said….
Visual Builders literally brought our vision to life and made our dream a reality. Tony, Brett and their team of dedicated builders and tradespeople were an inspiring group of people to work with. Their attention to detail and extraordinary work ethic ensured our project was delivered on time and right on budget. Their craftsmanship on our project has attracted design award nominations and several home design magazine features (including twice in Australian House & Garden). Beyond the work they did, they became extremely close friends of our young family throughout the build – a relationship we maintain to this day. We are so, so grateful that it was Visual we chose to build with. They are, quite simply, the best. Andy & Jacqui Mullins
Professional Photography by Tom Blachford