A renovation project has transformed a classic three-bedroom bungalow in a suburb into a spacious and modern luxury home.
The builder who took over the dated Adelaide residence in South Australia entered a fine line by retaining some original elements, while others were thrown away, including an outdated interior.
The property – in its original state as a three-bedroom home – was offered for sale two years ago.
The new owner has since added two extra bedrooms, two extra bathrooms and a customized creation in the form of a wine rack along the length of one wall.
BEFORE: This classic three-bedroom brick and tile bungalow first came onto the market two years ago
NA: A stunning makeover has transformed the property into a thoroughly modern home with five bedrooms
The builder, who bought the property, wanted to create a family home, albeit infused with elements of architectural living.
By breathing new life into the home, spaces such as the kitchen, dining room and living room, once separated, were combined into a single multifunctional space.
Tired floors in the shape of a brown lino were torn, ceilings were lifted to five meters and the shaft removed to reveal a beautiful red brick wall.
The kitchen, in its original state, once had brown linens and aged wooden cupboards that had seen better days
Blonde wooden parquet floors, raised ceilings and a red brick wall have made this living room a wonderful space for cooking, eating and relaxing
The kitchen, living room and dining areas, now grouped in this part of the house, feel spacious and light-filled.
The focus is on the view from a well-kept rear, where the eye is drawn to thanks to rear-facing floor-to-ceiling windows and bi-folding doors.
Elements such as a kitchen island with marble top, hanging lighting and fashionable black appliances give a modern and modest touch.
Before the renovation, this bedroom was equipped with dated wallpaper, outdated carpet and a built-in gas heater
Bedrooms now have a fresh white palette, one compensated with deep shades of gray and accents of natural wood
While the builder has added extra bedrooms to the house, those already installed were given a much needed makeover.
Wallpaper with patterns and boring brown carpets were removed and replaced by a clean white palette, one compensated with rich gray hues.
The master bedroom is designed to contain additional elements such as a walk-through closet and a luxury ensuite.
This lush space has a solid wood vanity, frameless double shower and floor-to-ceiling tiles.
The master bedroom comes complete with a luxurious en-suite bedroom with a solid wood vanity, frameless double shower and floor-to-ceiling tiles.
The original bathroom of the house was once filled with dated white tiles and matching white laminated cupboards
The house, designed to offer the best in modern life, also offers a surprise in the form of a wine rack along the length of one wall.
This element, made in beautiful natural wood, is practical in nature and also acts as a way to display an impressive collection.
Although traditionally the wine store could be located in a dining room or kitchen, this element is proud of the hallway.
It is a function that works well because it compensates for the more traditional elements of the house while introducing an elegant touch.
A wine rack along the length of one wall is an interesting, elegant and thoroughly modern touch
The rear part of the house, complete with a Hills Hoist, provided the renovation team with sufficient inspiration
An outdoor dining room that overlooks a vast deep green is perfect for a place to dine outdoors in the summer
The rear part of this building has also been creatively maintained with a rather boring part that now has an outside space.
Overlooking a vast deep greenery, this extra & # 39; room & # 39; is perfect for those who want nothing more than a place to dine outside in the summer.
Other extras that increase this outdoor space are polished wooden floors and the installation of an outdoor kitchen.
This house is currently for sale at Ray White. Click for more information about the property here.
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