MOUNT BACH RENOVATION.
This Mount home which went from a small Bach house on a narrow site to a generous three bedroom home with ample living space for a growing family. Our task was to manage the demolition of half of the existing property and rebuild the home including two car garaging and a second storey with master suite above.
The home required a full re-roof and re-clad in timber weather board we managed to repurpose the original rimu framing which now has been machined and refinished as flooring within the home to create a warm and authentic feel adding to the character of the new home. We also used this for the stairwell to the master suite. Another repurposed item was the green pedestal basin used in the downstairs powder room from the old property.
For comfort in this family home a full re-integration of ducted air conditioning was included. A striking feature of cedar wall cladding lines the entry to the home and creates a three dimensional effect contrasting against the Villa Groove ceiling panels with dummy rafters. These ceiling panels and rafters also feature in the upstairs master suite. Both areas feature heightened ceilings. The master suite also includes Sante Fe Shutters and Velux windows in the ensuite.
Scroll down to view the before and after photos.