From shack to holiday house
Original shack - Original one bedroom shack with 2 bedroom sleepout with breezeway.
Lots of character, magnificent front veranda for admiring the Hazards mountains and passing sea eagles.
The large gum tree overhanging the house providing easy roof access for the local possums.
Original Shack - Rear
Original two rooms sleepout backing onto the patio. Breezeway between the two buildings providing shelter for a fridge and hanging area for coats.
Original Shack - Interior Kitchen
Cosy interior, originally with open fireplace which we replaced with large inbuilt wood heater prior to renovation.
Original Shack - Interior Living
The original character showing through again especially during winter when the breeze found its way through the breeze found its way through the cracks in the doors and you could see the stars in the doors and you could see the stars in the night sky from the gaps between walls and ceiling.
Functional use of space combining kitchen, bathrooms, and laundry.
Renovation begins - Front and New Windows
Front of the buildings showing framing for bedroom 1 bay window.
Renovation begins - Rear 1
Rear of building showing a large central beam supporting the atrium.
Renovation begins - Rear 2
Rear of building and the widening of the original sleepout bedrooms to form bedroom 2.
Complete Living Areas
Large living area
Retention of the wood heating
Large kitchen area
Island bench with seating
Discrete laundry facilities
Complete Bedroom 1
Queen size bed
Large bay window framing the Hazard Mountains
Morning and afternoon sun
Ensuite bathroom with floor heating
Driftwood At Freycinet Renovation Complete Bedroom Area
Complete Bedroom 2
Queen size bed
Opens onto rear patio
All day sun
Stargazing from bed
Private entrance to the main bathroom
Identical functionality in both bathrooms
Double bowl vanities
Lots of storage
Hand and rain showers with independent controls