6 Oct

An original 1920s home which had never been sold before has been transformed by its new owners

first_imgThe dining area before the renovation. 16 Cecil Rd, Bardon.DEVELOPMENT group Stockwell’s head of Funds Management Andrew Dalton and his wife Rachael have transformed an original Bardon home and now listed it for sale.The house at 16 Cecil Rd was bought from the original family from the mid twenties having never been sold before. The kitchen before renovation. And after.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours ago“Interestingly it was a house that had barely been touched since the twenties,’’ Mr Dalton said.“As a consequence of that all of the original features were maintained in the home such as silky oak panelling. A total new kitchen after.“What was of interest to me was that it was something that we could preserve, the character and the heritage of the home appealed to us.’’Mr Dalton said the former owner had moved into a nursing home, but had been shown the transformation and by all accounts was happy with what they had done. The bathroom before… And how it looks now.The home will be auctioned on April 27 through Glynis Austin Properties — Ray White Real Estate.last_img read more