Stunning home reno lands $2.31m

first_imgAFTER: The property celebrates new age brick. AFTER: Large glass panels give it a light feel. The Gray brothers Andrew and Rob (standing) when they bought the home in 2016. AFTER: The pool and the new extension. Artist’s impression of the side of the property. Original roof in the back right.The brothers had bought the property under their Graya Developments business in September 2016 for $940,000, then proceeded with getting all their paperwork in order to add this to their growing list of accomplishments. AFTER: That bathroom and walk-in robe combination is just divine.The design by Tim Stewart Architects balancing concrete, timber, brickwork, a white paint finish and glass. Bespoke cabinetry, an abundance of space and loads of natural light have jettisoned the 1955 home from a tidy but tired old house into a suave, family-friendly oasis. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Tim Stewart Architects had this vision to modernise the front of the property. AFTER: The kitchen in the new wing.Graya has developed a strong following given the high quality of their work and through close liaison with leading Queensland architects like Tim Stewart and Shaun Lockyer turning old homes into 21st century havens. The Bardon home hit the market as a 511sq m building on a 736sq m block. AFTER: 23 Mahara Street Bardon, QLD, 4065BRISBANE high-end home renovators Rob and Andrew Gray have ticked off yet another amazing transformation, receiving $2.31m for a post-war house they reimagined in Bardon.The deal for the five bedroom, three bathroom, double car garage house at 23 Mahara Street, Bardon, had apparently been struck months ago, they told a growing number of followers on Instagram. AFTER: That’s one way to add a new garage. BEFORE: The neat and tidy facade was created in 1955. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours agoCelebrating the $2.31m sale of the same home, redefined. Source: GrayaConstruction/Instagram.“We have been keeping a secret for the last couple of months as the sale was agreed at 9:30pm on New Year’s Eve.”“We received heaps of interest in the property and numerous offers, also importantly Andrew and I are very happy its new owners are a lovely young family who were a pleasure to deal with throughout the negotiations and will enjoy living in this amazing home.” BEFORE: How the backyard looked before the renovation project.last_img

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