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Our mission is beautiful Spanish mission home renovations

The original Spanish mission style originated in the 1700s, and was favoured by Spanish missionaries who had arrived in the Americas.

However, the Spanish mission style homes that are common in Australia were built centuries later, during a renewed interest in the design. In the early 20th century, the revival was spurred by interest in Hollywood movie stars, who had taken to living in luxurious mission mansions.

At Supa Group, we have years of experience in renovating and extending homes in Melbourne. If you’ve got a Spanish mission style home, we can extend and modify the structure without compromising the charm and style of the house.

Key features of Spanish mission homes

Australia's Spanish mission inspired homes quickly catch your eye, with distinctive features such as:

Eye-catching colours

These homes are often painted distinctively. White, pink, cream and baby blue are all popular choices.

Brick and stucco

Derived from the mud brick style that the missionaries used, Spanish mission style abodes are made of brick and rendered with stucco.

Tiled roofing

Beautiful terracotta tiles are the norm when it comes to roofing on a Spanish mission style house.

Say 'si' to a Spanish mission extension or renovation with Supa Group

The first step is a free design consultation, with absolutely no obligations on your part.
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About Supa Group

Just like our home extensions and renovations, Supa Group has stood the test of time. We were founded in 1974 by Frank Way, laying a solid groundwork of commitment and service to his staff, subcontractors, and most importantly, his clients — families seeking to remain in the home they know and love.

Now owned and operated by Neil Gardiner, Supa Group’s original commitment has remained the same. Today, our clients are still offered the peace of mind that comes with hiring a builder who takes projects from conception to completion.

Our reputation as a multi-award-winning master builder is built upon a foundation of commitment to quality. We are proud to deliver best possible outcomes for our clients, and we want to do the same for you. Contact us for a free design consultation, and begin building towards the future.

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Do I have to watch out for heritage overlay on my Spanish mission home?

Some houses are protected by heritage overlay — that is, council regulations which dictate what renovations can and cannot be undertaken on buildings of architectural or historical significance. It is vital to check whether your home has a heritage overlay before even embarking on the design phase.

At Supa Group, we can check with the relevant council authorities and ensure that work on your Spanish mission home is legal. We can also apply for any necessary planning permits, and protect the important aesthetic features of your home.

What are the stages of a Spanish mission home extension?

We have a tried and tested system for home renovations and extensions. This is true for Spanish mission homes and all other architectural styles that we work with.

  1. The Design Phase: You’ll sit down with our design team, and tell them your ideas. The designers will answer any questions you have, evaluate what they think is achievable, and draw up a plan for your Spanish mission home renovation.
  2. The Contract Preparation Phase: We will obtain all the necessary documents and permits for the job, and ensure that there are no legal roadblocks before we proceed. Then, we will draw up a contract with a set budget and timeframe for your perusal.
  3. The Build Phase: Our builders will get to work on your Spanish mission home, undertaking the work to make your plans a reality.

Can my family live in our Spanish mission home during the renovations?

Often, it is possible for residents to remain in their homes during the renovation process. The prerequisite is that the renovations won’t prevent you from accessing household amenities, like the bathroom, toilet, and bedrooms.

If you can’t use the amenities, you might need to find some temporary accommodation. If that happens, it won’t take you by surprise; we will discuss this well in advance and will find the best way to work around your needs.

What is the cost of a home extension or renovation on a Spanish mission house?

The costs for work on your home will depend on a variety of factors. We will supply you with a detailed quote before work commences so that you can be certain of what it will cost you. We take care to ensure that all of our services are as affordable as possible, without compromising on quality.

Why choose Supa Group

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What our customers are saying

Brian and Cathy of Fairfield

We were particularly impressed by the job’s completion on time, despite some weather delays.

Chris and Michelle of Camberwell

What was really impressive was that the building works were completed in an incredible 6 weeks!!!!

Dale and Christina of Port Melbourne

We are very happy in our new home and we would like to thank all the staff at supagroup.

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Not sure where to begin? Our Free Design Consultation is the perfect place to start. The 3D concept drawing helps you visualise your dream space.