The Jellicoe house is the perfect example for the complying development approval of the alterations and upper level additions of a large family home whilst under environmental restrictions.
Jellicoe House Balgowlah Heights - Completed Front Facade
Slate roof, weatherboard cladding exterior, beach house interiors
The brief involved the incorporation of an upper level addition and renovation to the existing small family home. The clients required the design and the construction to go ahead as soon as possible as they have welcomed their 3rd child and required the additional space for a comfortable family home.
The client wanted an upside down house with living and kitchen upstairs. The home includes 4 bedrooms, an existing large pool and garden and multiple living and entertaining spaces across the 2 levels.
The design was approved under the Complying Development Code which allowed the commencement of construction 12 days after the approval.
The tired and old house received a complete makeover by opening up of spaces and creating a better flow between the existing and new level.
Designed with classic features such as the timber lined cathedral ceiling, french doors with colonial glazing bars really brings this renovation a homely touch.
Jellicoe House Balgowlah Heights - Front View
Jellicoe House Balgowlah Heights - Kitchen Design
Jellicoe House Balgowlah Heights - Interior Design
Jellicoe House Balgowlah Heights - Porch Design
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