Zillmere home barely recognisable after renovation

first_imgOne of the bathrooms before renovation. The Moores knocked walls out to make better use of the space.The home is perfect for many kinds of buyers, from young professional couples to small families, and even retirees.“One lady down the road is in her 60s and hates the stairs,” Mrs Moore said.“She walked in and said it was a breath of fresh air and she would like to retire somewhere like this.” The home at 35 Weston St, Zillmere before renovation.The house at 35 Weston St is now up for sale after Mrs Moore and her husband Graham spent 10 months gutting and renovating the property.“An older gentleman built it in 1983 … and had never updated it,” Mrs Moore said. “It was very old and daggy – the kitchen still had lime-green laminate.” The living room was separate before renovation. This home at 35 Weston St, Zillmere, has had a major facelift.Makaela Moore spent a year trawling Pinterest for inspiration when it came to renovating this Zillmere property. The kitchen before renovation.center_img The master bedroom before renovation. …and after renovation.The home also has a large outdoor enclosed patio, which is a continuation of the bright Hamptons feel of the home.Mrs Moore said the neighbours were extremely welcoming.“We had a lot of neighbours pop in for meet and greets,” she said.“My husband got very sick for six months and the neighbours would always come and ask how he was.” Open plan living after renovation.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Bordering Aspley, the Moores saw potential in the house, albeit a mammoth project.“They say buy the ugliest house on the best street, so that’s what we did,” Mrs Moore said.The one-level home features an open plan living area, three bedrooms, a master with ensuite, and a full laundry. The master bedroom after renovation.Mrs Moore said the open plan living space was her favourite part of the house.“That used to be four tiny rooms and we basically knocked some walls out, put a beam in and opened that space right up,” she said.last_img

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