Real Estate

Incredible transformation of Wynnum house

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-01-31 02:26:55

AFTER: The house at 42 Pansy St, Wynnum, is barely recognisable after a makeover.

From a little workers’ cottage to a contemporary family home, this house has had an incredible transformation.

Ray White Bulimba agent Karen Chappell is marketing the house as “as new” after the whole house, located at 42 Pansy St, Wynnum, received a makeover.

“It was a workers’ cottage which has been fully renovated and restored into a five bedroom contemporary home,” Ms Chappell said.

It was once a shade of yellow, somewhere between lemon and mustard, and the kitchen cabinets were teal.

Since, the house has been raised, and the interior is barely recognisable.

BEFORE: The cabinetry was blue. Picture: CoreLogic

AFTER: The kitchen is fresh and modern.

Bamboo floorboards run through the home, and the exterior is in a neutral colour-palette, with timber roller doors a standout feature.

The main kitchen is upstairs and has grey hamptons-style cabinetry and a white island bench.

BEFORE: There was a single car garage at the rear of the home.

AFTER: It has since been converted into a studio.

AFTER: The studio is self-contained – perfect for a teenager’s retreat.

Ms Chappel said there was ample possibility for a multi-generational family to live in the home, with both levels self-contained, and a self-contained studio at the rear of the property.

“It has the option of multi-generational living, with grandparents or other family,” she said.

“It has got a self-contained studio which could be used for a business or a teenager’s retreat.”

BEFORE: The bathroom was in dire need of an update. Picture: CoreLogic

AFTER: The bathroom is now what you would expect in a display home.

The property goes to auction on February 2 at 1.30pm.

BEFORE: The main bedroom continued the theme of blue and yellow. Picture: CoreLogic

AFTER: Now, bamboo floors run through the main bedroom, and the walls are neutral in colour.

Ms Chappell said she also had another property with dual-living capabilities going to auction on the same day.

“It’s got two living areas, two kitchens, two bathrooms – each on their own level,” she said.

“It’s immaculate and it’s an income generator.”

The house at 63 Moreton St, Norman Park, will go under the hammer on February 2, at 10am.

Another dual-living property, this time at Norman Park, will go to auction on Saturday.