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Impeccably designed by Bild Architecture, no expense was spared in transforming the humble weatherboard into one of Yarraville’s most prestigious homes.

While the front three rooms were renovated, the back of the home was demolished to make way for a high-end, modern extension. Downstairs we added an ensuite and walk-in robe off the guest bedroom as well as a main bathroom, laundry, study and large open-plan kitchen, dining and living area. A first-floor extension added a spacious master suite with bedroom, ensuite and retreat.

This home is so full of standout features it’s hard to pick a few favourites. Outside the galvanised steel interlocking cladding by Architectural Metal Precision was well worth the challenge it presented to our construction team. The pool by Momentum Pools has transformed the backyard into an oasis that will no doubt make our clients popular with the neighbours during Summer.

The luxe finishes continue inside where exposed timber beams above meet a burnished finished concrete slab below. The floors aren’t your standard polished concrete but rather finished with a grind and seal procedure by Highend Polished Concrete. A void with high glass windows by Creative Windows floods the living area with natural light and provides a sense of volume and grandeur.

A focal point of the ground floor is the staircase by S&A Stairs with its warm blackbutt timbers, intricate detailing and impeccable craftsmanship. The timber tones of the stairs are matched in the Kulija kitchen where blackbutt timber veneer joinery and a Caesarstone benchtop in Airy Concrete create a welcoming space for the family and their post-lockdown guests.

Site Manager, Rob Randles said it was an absolute privilege to build this magnificent home for our discerning Yarraville clients, especially during the long lockdown of 2020. It really is a wonderful architectural addition to the inner west.

Architecture by Bild Architecture

Built by BCT Group

Photography:  Chris Ott


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