1920’s Bungalow Transformation

1920’s Bungalow Transformation

Hackthorne Road – Renovation

Architect : Richard Ormsby – X Design

A top-to-toe extension-renovation changed up this classic-sized early bungalow to a characterfully warm, elegant four-bedroomed contemporary home. The flow was improved, with French doors to outside from the master bedroom, living and lounge. Wood paneling was preserved and ingeniously relocated to create a period entranceway. Aside the normal renovation of replacing weatherboards, the home was substantially upgraded by fitting two stylish new bathrooms. 

Remarks from the owner
“I’m delighted with our home. The workmen were very helpful and courteous throughout the build. James had many suggestions of how to add character to the house, such as the period-fitted joinery. Nothing was ever a problem. I would definitely not hesitate to build with him again.”

1920’s Bungalow
Transformation

Hackthorne Road – Renovation

A top-to-toe extension-renovation changed up this classic-sized early bungalow to a
characterfully warm, elegant four-bedroomed contemporary home. The flow was
improved, with French doors to outside from the master bedroom, living and lounge.
Wood paneling was preserved and ingeniously relocated to create a period entranceway.
Aside the normal renovation of replacing weatherboards, the home was substantially
upgraded by fitting two stylish new bathrooms.

Area : 280 square metres

Architect : Richard Ormsby – X Design

Works : There was the usual brief to right the ravages of time – to re-roof, re-line and insulate throughout, and to double-glaze and install diesel central heating. After that came the pleasing extension tasks of installing French doors to the garden from several rooms. Creating a characterfully paneled entranceway and installing two beautiful bathrooms finished the project fittingly.

Remarks from the owner :
“I’m delighted with our home. The workmen were very helpful and courteous throughout the build. James had many suggestions of how to add character to the house, such as the period-fitted joinery. Nothing was ever a problem. I would definitely not hesitate to build with him again.”