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This beautiful sandstone Return Verandah Villa just needed a good paint on the outside, but internally the layout needed some rework to get it back to a layout that suited the owners' growing family. 

The rear lean-to was removed to make way for a contemporary open plan addition. Some internal walls to the existing house were also removed to create a better flow.

An Ensuite and Dressing Room and a family Bathroom have been created with the existing house. 

At the end of the existing hallway sits a pair of new steel doors that creates the transition between the old and the new. 

In the link between the old house and the new addition sits the Study, a new stair to a new cellar, plus a Powder Room that is concealed with Easy VJ cladding. 

The addition houses the new Kitchen, Pantry, Laundry and Living and Dining space which opens onto a Terrace space with LouvreTec roofing that allows the sun through when open and the rain out when closed. 

The Terrace links to the old Garage which was given a fresh coat of paint.  Vertical  timber cladding was also added to conceal the cars behind. 

Styling by: Maz Mis

Photos by: Christopher Morrison 

Build by: Milne Projects 

Landscaping by: Greenwell Landscapes 


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