Extending their 1990’s brick home was always this young family’s first preference. They loved their home and suburb but were feeling the squeeze as their family grew.
An extensive sympathetic second story extension was designed and created as the small subdivided block and boundary setbacks did not offer a viable ground floor option.
The design had to be sympathetic to the original 1990’s unit but with a slight modern twist which presented itself in the introduction of Scyon Axon cladding to the first floor.
Boasting a new master bedroom with ensuite and WIR for the parents plus two additional bedrooms and main bathroom for their young children, the design ticked all the right boxes. No space was wasted; an existing bedroom made way for the staircase and a new spacious study/home office.
The second story allowed for the ground floorplan to be modified providing a fluid open floor plan with more living space that met the family’s needs perfectly.
The single story two-bedroom house was converted to a four bedroom/ three-bathroom family home. The duration of the project from initial enquiry to final inspection (including Town planning) was 12 months.