Building A New House
Re: Great southern 2.5 acre new family home87
Sep 07, 2016 2:53 pm
Thank you kasra, every week there seems to be progress so I can only be happy with that... Our dream from moving away from Coogee to Denmark was to get the best of both worlds which is beautiful beaches while living within nature... This week the roof goes up and the 7m jarrah posts that will be holding the roof up above the alfresco very excited to see yhem
Re: Great southern 2.5 acre new family home91
Sep 25, 2016 9:15 am
It's been a while since I've posted any progress pics but a lot is starting to happen now.... This week roof sheets, Windows and cladding going up they have started on balcony also and the 7 metre jarrah bush poles will be put up to hold the roof above the alfresco.... I am so exciting also ordered our kitchen mixers and sinks... It's starting to be a lot more fun now
Island bench tap to go with a round inset sink
Main sink and tapware
Will look similar to this
Now house.... Will try and upload a short video
Re: Great southern 2.5 acre new family home95
Sep 25, 2016 2:41 pm
Yes that tap and sink are going to look gorgeous. And what a little cutie what is his or her name?
His name is Rocky kids wanted hunter and Bailey but his personality seems to fit rocky better... He already ate one pair of my good boots but I couldn't stay angry at him with that face heheh
Sign in or Join to reply to this Topic
166 more posts
ladysenatorUpdating an 80's family home near the beach.Updating an 80's family home near the beach.
Hi We are moving into our new home this weekend and it desperately needs some cosmetic touches. Its a little grandpa spec... I really want to add some deep tones to the…
CookyBuilding in Bardia - 1/4 acre lots bad?Building in Bardia - 1/4 acre lots bad?
We looked into these lots but ultimately found it to be not worthwhile for the following reasons: - Restricted land use - Backs onto M5. The noise is not an issue for me…
ppetrovskiFireplace and TV joinery in a family room with a void?Fireplace and TV joinery in a family room with a void?
Maybe I'm overthinking it and the simple answer is as you described, just take it to the top floor. Thanks!