Traditional homes from the post war period are spread throughout this suburb and this was a typical example.

Dark and claustrophobic this double brick and tile residence had the typical enclosed sunroom.

A first floor was added and light was introduced through a skylight above the central stairwell.

Sliding doors and louvered windows allowed generous airflow.

Finely detailed fretwork and period fixtures and fittings, were carried throughout and married in with the existing design.
Key initiatives:

  • Addition to blend with existing construction
  • Period ceilings, fixtures, fittings and fretwork
  • Indoor outdoor connection.