House 1 – Jason & Sarah

Bought for $3,007,000

This original 1920’s double fronted home was relocated from Pascoe Vale Victoria and has undergone a massive architecturally designed extension and renovation.

Stepping inside this home you are welcomed by a luxuriously wide entry and hallway. The pitched ceiling and skylights are simply stunning allowing light and individuality to the interior.

This home feels luxurious and spacious with each of the three bedrooms downstairs enjoying built in cabinetry, and two access to a dual entry bathroom, ideal for families. The upstairs master suite has a large walk in robe and beautiful ensuite.

Period features are retained throughout the original section of the home which is separated from the modern section via a breezeway of louvered windows that allow cross ventilation, light and garden.

This home is the only one to enjoy both hydronic heating, ducted heating and refrigerated air conditioning giving buyers choice and the best available heating on the market.

The open plan kitchen, living and dining area is light and has a walk in butler’s pantry fully equipped for a family to enjoy.

The rear garden feels spacious with a fire pit & exclusive dome lighting with a heater & speaker from Belgium.

The rear triple garage has a fabulous studio apartment sized room with walk in robes, study area and bedroom and bathroom.

House 2 – Hannah and Clint

Sold for $2,615,000

This original double fronted 1920’s Californian Bungalow has been renovated and extended by couple Hannah and Clint. The home was relocated from Brunswick and sits perfectly in it’s new row of homes on Regent Street.

Hannah and Clint have created a true family home with dual living rooms, four bedrooms in the main house including a whole floor master suite with walk in robe and ensuite and a stunning main bathroom and separate powder room downstairs for the other three bedrooms.

The open plan living and dining area is separated by a nib wall with gas fireplace adding interest and function at the same time. Their modern kitchen has a walk in butler’s pantry and lots of storage and looks out to the deck, built on BBQ and garden.

The formal sitting room has a fireplace to sit and relax, while the apartment sized studio above the triple garage provides a third living space/fifth bedroom/home office.

A modern and neutral palette meets today’s expectations and features like the double roller door on the double garage section add true value to those wanting to extend their outdoor entertaining space. The third garage space adds versatility as well being able to be converted into an additional play space, gym or wine storage.

House 3 – Ronnie & Georgia

Bought for $2,781,000

This home has been described as dramatic and indeed it is with it’s darker colour palette accentuated by the lighter homes either side.

The original 1920’s double fronted home was relocated from Brunswick, Victoria and has been architecturally extended and renovated transforming it into a stunning family home with four bedrooms (over-sized master with ensuite, built in TV, dressing room and soaring ceilings and a wall of windows), two living areas (main with gas fireplace), three additional bedrooms, one with ensuite, a powder room and family sized laundry all within the main house.

The open plan kitchen with butler’s pantry, living and dining room overlook the much publicised round fully tiled pool with outdoor entertaining maximised throughout the colder months with a gas fire and seating.

To complete this modern extension is a triple garage, fitted with built in storage and games room/third garage/multi-purpose space, massive studio/home office, storage and bathroom accessed via a private wide laneway.

This home will resonate with astute buyers that want the flexibility of a master suite upstairs or downstairs allowing them options as they grow with the home.

It is a beautiful home that has been completed meticulously by the contestants Ronnie and Georgia, long time renovators.

House 4 – Sticks & Wombat

Bought for $2,650,000

The original 1920’s double fronted Californian Bungalow was relocated from Preston Victoria. It now stands as a fully renovated and extended, architecturally designed home for today’s living.

Described as having a ‘raw luxury’ feel by Neale Whitaker, this home has evolved into a cohesive, light and unique family home. Sticks and Wombat have indeed reflected their values in this home with the extensive use of reclaimed timbers and desire to complete a home with integrity and outstanding workmanship.

Within the original period home there are four bedrooms, which includes a downstairs master with ensuite and walk in robe, guest bedroom with built in robes, kids bedroom with climbing wall and a whole floor master suite with walk in robes and beautiful ensuite. There is a fitted study and family sized laundry.

Connecting the period home with the new is a light hallway with access to a side garden and side of the house.

The open plan kitchen complete with butler’s pantry, living (with hidden bar) and dining area open up to the garden and heated pool via bi-fold doors to the deck, built in BBQ and access to the triple garage. Above the triple garage is the apartment sized studio with built in robes and bathroom.

House 5 – Elyse & Josh

Sold for $3,067,000

This double fronted, original 1920’s Californian Bungalow was relocated from Brighton Victoria and has been architecturally renovated and extended. It enjoys the most of the northern light sitting at the end of the row of five.

Experienced renovators, Josh and Elyse have shown attention to detail in their craftsmanship and impeccable styling, winning a record 6 rooms as judged by the design judges Darren Palmer, Shaynna Blaze and Neale Whitaker.

Upon entering this home you are drawn to the 9 ft ceilings in the hallway showcasing the older section of the home. Moving from room to room throughout you have a true sense of cohesiveness, luxury and attention to detail.

The main home features four bedrooms (two with ensuites) giving flexibility to the new owners, stunning main bathroom with circular bath and skylights, beautiful home office, and family sized laundry.

The connection from the old to the new is via a ‘breezeway’ with louvered windows for light and cross ventilation looking over garden.

The kitchen, living and dining areas are well balanced with a very large walk in butler’s pantry and wood fireplace. The winning kitchen overlooks the pool spa and landscaped gardens with built in BBQ.

This home is the only home with solid timber floorboards.

The triple garage at the rear is unique in that it has a dual roller door on the double garage side, allowing for extended play area or space for additional entertaining.

The very large studio above has been designed with guests in mind or older children with a bedroom and living room, built in robes and bathroom.

This home has been very well received by the market due to it’s light colour palette allowing the new owner the ability to customise to their own or simply enjoy in it’s current luxurious state.