Once a rundown Post-War workers cottage this home was completely transformed, inside and out. The fibro walls and tile roof were removed, and the 70’s style rear lean-to was demolished, leaving nothing but the stumps and wall frames. The structure of the house was then expanded outwards, reclaiming the dead space on either side and out the back. This was done by fusing new timber frames with the old. Weatherboard cladding and a new zincalume roof made the home almost unrecognisable from its former incarnation.
It is now a bright and breezy classic and timeless home with a large open plan kitchen and living area, with bi-fold doors that extend the area into an expansive outdoor deck.