Architecturally inspired renovation
A classic look and feel.
This renovation project was unique in several ways, the original home was mostly demolished only retaining 70% of the original brickwork and roof framing.
Reclaimed ironbark timber is a stunning feature of the pergola, decking, gates and the feature timber work to the impressive 34.56 metre front facade.
Several kilometres of cabling was reticulated throughout the home consisting of; power, C-Bus lighting, security, data, communications and audio visual.
The property features all the latest and greatest in home automation technology.
At a touch of a screen button, the AMX Touchscreen control’s the; lighting, operation of blinds and drapes, irrigation, security access (including front gate ), stereo system and home theatre surround sound from the ipod or ipad docking station to every part of the home including garage and under the decking. This feature also allows you to operate TVs with movies that are preloaded or Pay TV to all sets in the home. Due to the impressive home theatre surround sound, all internal walls have acoustic insulation.
The home’s landscaping and security steel blade fencing stretches the full width of the property complimenting this architecturally designed home. Buried beneath the landscaped front yard is a 25,000 litre water storage tank which catches 100% of the storm water from the entire property.
The ensuite and bathroom both have a large walk in shower with stone seating long enough to lie down . The ensuite includes a recessed TV for bath time viewing. The shower areas are totally waterproofed using a ‘Butinol blanket’, which is the very best in waterproofing. Butinol is normally used on the rooftop of high-rise CBD buildings.
Architecturally designed, this property has it all.