This 2004 McRaeway build, whilst in good structural condition, was looking a bit tired .
The interior work undertaken was; painting the doors, frames and skirtings, feature wallpaper in the entrance way, new curtains, carpet, central ducted heat pump system, upgrading some of the electrics and lighting, changing the water heating to gas and installation of a gas fire. Plus, re-painting the front door and garage door...with more to come!
There comes a time when a house needs a spruce up and this Wooden Villa was a prime example.
Take a look at what they achieved.
I think you will agree this was well worth the effort, time and money.
This is a great example of a modest budget with "big bang for buck" and plenty of WOW factor!
Valley Bungalow Renovation
When the owners of this property purchased this existing rental property they weighed up the benefits of a quick cosmetic tidy up versus a full renovation they could see the value of spending a little bit more now, to increase the rental standard as well as rental return on investment. And it payed off!
High Street Kitchen Renovation
It’s amazing what a bit of foresight can achieve. Here we have a classic example of two homeowners who are systematically and sympathetically renovating their heritage property in Dunedin Centre City.
This three bedroom, 1920s wooden bungalow, was in desperate need of weatherboard repairs and, as it turned out, window replacements as well. Scaffolding was required so the owner decided to also paint the house at the same time.
Full House Renovation in Maryhill
This first time home renovator lived in her house for 18 months prior to starting on the renovation in order to fully understand how she wanted the house layout to change to match her lifestyle.