Character Homes Shine
June 24 2022
When it comes to renovating, stripping out the old and painting it all white has been a winning formula during a period when Hamptons and modern coastal styles ruled.
But a more considered approach to renovation is emerging, with owners placing a greater value on character features to breathe fresh life into original homes with stunning results.
A sophisticated renovation has been executed by Sarah Andrews, who by day markets luxury new apartments off-the-plan through the family business, Andrews Projects.
At Bal Harbour, Sarah honours the best original features of a brick and tile abode with complementary high end finishes for a style described as eclectic mid-century modern.
The result is a home that’s rich in personality and infinitely inviting for a buyer keen to make the most of a 1,098m2 point position in the Golden Triangle.
They say a change is as good as a holiday and buyers with global tastes will appreciate a one-of-a-kind residence at 125 Camberwell Circuit, Robina.
A pitched-roof design reminiscent of a Swiss chalet conjures up ski holidays in the Alps, while a beautifully renovated interior exudes all the ambience of an Indonesian villa.
Those in the market for a property that’s packed with potential may wish to contact Troy Dowker for all the details on an off-market listing in Currumbin Waters.
Set on 1,150m2 with 24.7m frontage to Currumbin Creek, a charming single-level brick and tile house with striking original features and strong bones is ripe for renovation.