A tiring renovation project has proved a success for this owner

first_imgThe bathroom at 12 Venning Street, Everton Park.Ms Vorbach said the property would best suit first-home buyers or downsizers.“It’s a smaller yard and perfect for a small, young family,” she said.When Ms Vorbach first laid eyes on the home, she said it was structurally sound but looked tired and outdated.Major renovations to the home included updating the kitchen, the bathroom and the laundry.“Visually, the paint and flooring were big ones,” Ms Vorbach said.“Pretty much everything has been touched, but mostly cosmetically.” The 3D Diakrit floor plan of 12 Venning Street, Everton Park.The property has a pet door, which Ms Vorbach said would be ideal for a small pet at the property.“There is a fully enclosed yard and it is quite secure,” she said.“There is a lot more space than you would think when looking at it.” The property is close to shops and public transport. 12 The kitchen at 12 Venning Street, Everton Park.The mother-of-two, who lives nearby, said it was a very tiring project.“I am the primary carer of the two kids during the day and had to do the renovations during the evening and throughout the night,” she said.“I did purchase the home to renovate it, but it was hard work — it was a long process.”The three-bedroom, one-bathroom home is on a 317sq m block. Ms Vorbach said she chose the location because of its affordability.“Being so close to the city and the lifestyle the area has to offer were definitely drawcards for me,” she said.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019center_img 12 Venning Street, Everton Park.Emma Vorbach’s intention to spruce up this Everton Park property has gone to plan.The property at 12 Venning St was bought by Ms Vorbach at the end of June and has taken a few months to revamp.last_img

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