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Fig Tree Pocket Queenslander Renovation

Architecture

Fig Tree Pocket Queenslander Renovation

This Fig Tree Pocket Queenslander Renovation was divided into two stages and included indoor/outdoor connection improvements and internal renovations. This Fig Tree Pocket Queenslander renovation includes the addition of a new deck to the first floor of the home. Shutters around the deck will provide extra protection from the elements and give the client the desired style for their home. Internally, changes in the living area will revolve around the inclusion of a new kitchen and partially screening off the dining room from the entryway.

The kitchen will include pull out pantry systems, while the dining room will incorporate glass bricks as a design feature and screen.

On the ground floor, the bathroom, extra toilet and kitchenette will be located on the northern wall and the remaining space will remain one large open area for our client’s personal studio. The personal studio with have maximum light exposure.

Second stage

Project details

The second stage of the Fig Tree Pocket Queenslander renovation will include revised first floor layout alterations. A main bedroom pavilion will be created at the front of the home, with views over the pool area. The main bedroom will also include full height windows to capture the incredible views to the north and a large walk-in-robe and ensuite. The ensuite will house a freestanding bath, large shower, separate toilet and a large vanity basin. There will also be some interior design styling in this stage to ensure the internal areas match the overall desired style and design of the renovated home.

If you are thinking of your own Fig Tree Pocket Queenslander renovation, contact us today to start your journey towards your dream home.

Project Number: 110601



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