Amazing Stables Conversion in Sydney

What was once a stable is now a gorgeous home in Sydney. This 120 year old building is now an enchanting, unique and private home. According to the real estate website it is “situated only moments from Hawksburn Village and formerly the stables of a Wheel-Wright”.

This lovely house hosts two bedrooms, one bathroom, an open floor living and dining area with kitchen, a study, dressing room, cellar and secluded walled garden. It has great features, such as an open fireplace, an elevated spa and a chef’s kitchen fully equipped with stainless steel appliances and a massive 13 foot long American cherry wood bench.

Furthermore it has a clean, simple design and a soft, neutral color palette that creates the feeling of a bright space. Another important aspect is the eclectic flair of the place due to the combination of modern and traditional elements. Moreover it has huge windows that flood the house with natural light. The designers kept the wooden beams which give it a rustic feel.

But wait, that’s not all, this amazing residence also has enough space for parking two cars, and wonderful, lush vegetation that will make you feel as if you were in the middle of nature.

The Wrights Terrace Residence is a soothing place, perfect for entertaining family and friends and, more important, a warm and welcoming place to land.



Published by in Architecture, on September 8th, 2011

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