This two level mid-century modern house from the 1960s required some TLC and a link between the poorly enclosed under croft and the upper level. With some simple design the whole existing under croft has been converted to provide two new well sized bedrooms as well as a living area, bathroom and laundry. Also some of the existing features have been enhanced to make this a much more appealing property. One of the features includes a striking skillion steel roof, that provides soaring high ceilings to the primary rooms. A broad timber deck wraps around the first floor with a great 1960’s style steel balustrade that had to be replicated to maintain the look. There are large, full height windows that face onto the timber deck and open into the mature large ornamental trees that give the feeling of living in the trees. Overall this renovation has enhanced and complimented the existing structure of the house.