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2013 Build

Architect Rodger Smith designed a highly detailed double-storey Victorian townhouse with raked eaves, timber fascias and an overhanging balcony.

The client described it as “far from a straight-forward build.”

An extremely tight site of 150m2. A narrow street with limited access.

Existing buildings on two boundaries. Complex balcony construction issues. And exacting dimensions demanding no margin for error.

Despite the challenges, we handed the keys to an enthusiastic and complimentary client in just 7 months.

“Our home has lots of intricate details… Everyone comments on the house and are amazed with the look and finish.”

 

SERVICE
– Build

LOCATION
– Williamstown, Melbourne

ARCHITECT
– Rodger Smith Architect