This three bedroom weatherboard property (circa 1910) was neglected and in need of major internal and external renovations and repairs.
All of the wall linings were rotted and needed to be replaced and one external wall had been completely eaten out by termites.
The existing framing structure of the original cottage was in good condition with the exception of the one termite affected wall.
During the 1930s the property had an additional extension added on that contained a dining room/kitchen/bathroom, but this extension had completely deteriorated beyond repair.
The entire rear of the house was demolished back to the existing cottage and stripped of all of the existing weathboards and internal linings.This created additional space, whilst keeping in line with the council regulations and heritage of the house acheter kamagra oral jelly france.
A new open plan living kitchen/living room was added in the original structure as well as 3 bedrooms and a bathroom towards the front of the house. A second storey was added creating an extra bedroom with ensuite.
A fire rated glass ceiling was added to the living room/kitchen to optimise the natural light, whilst still building right to the boundary line.
Traditional features were retained - the exterior was recladded to match the previous weatherboard, whilst the interior was reinstalled with traditional skirting boards, architraves and cornices. Contemporary improvements were made to maximise the lay-out of the house which now offers a blend of period and modern design.