Sixteen weeks of laborious work flip a cramped kitchen with a wierd format right into a glossy cooking and eating space full of contemporary touches.
James Watts, managing director at Armadillo, and Tony Chapman, NSW chief cyber safety officer, searched NSW’s Southern Highlands area for over a yr in search of their dream dwelling location, till they stumbled throughout Burrawang.
This secluded and tranquil village, about 20 kilometres from Bowral reminded James of his childhood rising up within the English countryside, notably the ebbs and flows of village life.
‘We instantly fell in love, and since properties could be gradual to return onto the market, we determined to take a novel strategy – door knocking,’ says James. ‘We left flyers in mailboxes, introducing ourselves and explaining how eager we had been to plant roots within the space.’
Quickly sufficient, in June 2019, a Nineteen Thirties timber weatherboard cottage lastly got here to their consideration, which the couple purchased one week later.
James and Tony lived in the home for six months earlier than