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Yarraville 25 Barnet Street 2 1 1. Yarraville 35 Sussex Street 3 1 2. Yarraville 27 Eirene Street 2 1 3. There was only one property up for sale in Spotswood this week and it actually looked eerily similar to the townhouse I enjoyed over in Essendon on Saturday. This pocket has a few beautiful semi-detached townhouses and despite market wobbles, they seem to fare well. The sun was shining over Sunshine with all three properties sold including the lovely 8 Kingaroy Street.
WeFo had only one property for sale and it sold. But you can count it as 6. Sorry, WTF I hear you ask? It was an entire block of flats that sold. Devo that the price on that one was disclosed. It was 3 First Street. For Cate, the seasoned property market stalker, she would also agree that these examples are reasonably rare.
Rumour has it that Frank from The Block was all over it from day. Pricing was always going to be sensitive, because a project like this has to stack up. Multiply that by six and coordinate a cost-effective renovation on a decent scale of economy, and there is certainly profit margin in there….. Hopefully there will a bit more excitement and intrigue on the other side of the long weekend. Recently I met, Rhianna and Luke who are selling their home in Yarraville.
They have undertaken an absolutely massive renovation on their period home. And I reckon it has been such a success because they are the pin up people for the perfect marriage. Or more specifically, the perfect renovation marriage. Rhianna is an interior designer, so she was able to create a vision and nut out the fine details that ensured the space was the best it could be.
And Luke? They purchased 16 Frederick Street, Yarraville in As well as providing me with a glass of crisp white wine to enjoy in their beautifully renovated living space, Rhianna has also given me the low down on their renovation story. We were renting and ready to buy our first home. Initially we were looking at building within an estate. Following a few open for inspections we did some research and found that Yarraville did and still does have plenty of homes that are ripe for renovation.
It is also such a great location to live so we were sold on the area. Our plan was always to improve the house, sell it and move onto something else. In saying that though, it will be hard to leave such an awesome house! We love Yarraville and surrounds so we would love to stay in the area if the right opportunity comes up.
The exterior before. For the viewers, following at home — tell me, what was the scale of your renovation? The scale of the renovation was significant to say the least. Our project was essentially a rebuild with the entire house either upgraded or restored, from re-plastering, re-flooring, re-painting inside and out, re-insulating replacing gas mains, hot water service, re-wiring electrical throughout, upgrading the switchboard and relocating it to the outside wall of the house.
The original 2 bedrooms and the lounge room have been retained and are now all converted into bedrooms. The living and hallway before. I own an Interior Design company called, Studio of Design so I created all the designs and drawings which were then passed onto the builder who had them certified by a Draftsperson and Building Surveyor. This was prior to the laws being changed that a builder could appoint their own Building Surveyor. With regards to choosing an Architect or Draftsperson there is also the option of an Interior Designer or Building Designer too.
The bathroom before. We chose a commercial builder based in Bendigo that Luke has a working relationship with through a project they worked on in Bendigo for Lend Lease together. The hall way before.
We bought the house in December and early in we completed the initial demolition and set up temporary living facilities to enable us to move in. In the middle of , through to late we undertook design and documentation works, including obtaining planning permits, obtaining various quotes for products and materials and going to tender with builders.
Additionally, over this period we self-managed and undertook a lot of the restoration works to the original house. In early the builder was engaged and building permits obtained, construction works took 7 months with us moving back in Dec plus rectifying defects for a further 3 months. Extension underway.
We chose to stay as local as possible, so that we could easily attend site visits. There were also several other meetings during the week as needed for sample approval, other ad-hoc decisions.
Kitchen before. Problem solving under small time constraints, we had to find solutions for the builder when something went wrong, was discontinued, forgot to be ordered or was incorrect when ordered etc. Exterior after. Mine is the huge sliding door. New open plan living. Mine is the cabinetry handles that I had the joiner custom make from pieces of Tazzy Oak dowel used for the pegboard in the laundry.
For Luke it is the pocket sliding door handle that I designed and we had fabricated by a friend who is a steelworker. Custom made peg board and door handles in laundry. The Project Management triangle explains it best. All projects have 3 constraints, and these are: Time, Quality and Cost. Typically, you can have one and at times two but rarely are all three achieved.
On this project, we only compromised on time as we were not prepared to compromise on either cost or quality. Stunning light-filled bedrooms.
Did you access any training or resources to help you in your reno that you would recommend? A completely transformed home. For me it was going for a walk with Luke to discuss the project get a coffee and de-briefing regularly. Luke says it was my eye for quality and detail in all aspects of the build.
An eye for detail throughout. What are some of the social media sites and accounts that have inspired you through your renovation? When I need to see a product or application of a material or product I research that and how to design my ideas and make them become a reality. The period detail has been restored and enhanced. For Luke it would be taking more meeting minutes and document things more, additionally take more photos and have more planning done prior to commencing.
Garden transformation. Yes, once we sell, I think new projects are definitely on the horizon. I would tell them to research fixtures and fitting early, anything you can decide on beforehand makes room for all the problem solving and ad-hoc things thrown at you along the way. Clever use of space. Styled to perfection. Not bad all things considered with the hot as hell weather that bidders and auctioneers were contending with!
Cate reported an unusual sighting in Newport and Williamstown on Saturday… a Greg Hocking agent without a tie. The heat was just too much for Leigh Melbourne to bear, as announced by the auctioneer at their auctions!
I was shrivelling up like a grape to a sultana inside our house so I had no interested in seeing what the outside heat had to offer. Interestingly 4 of these were private sale. The trend away from auctions seems to be really real. Somehow though, 14 Bracken Grove has snuck back into the sales results. Shout out to the pre-renovation story of number 14…. Altona is a popular option for a breadth of buyers, but the suitability of the townhouses to first home buyers is evident in the private sale figures.
First home buyers much prefer private treaty over auction as a general rule, and the agents know it. Over in Flemington and I was on tender hooks to see what 20 Lee Street sold for. It was a before and after transformation I posted about on social which the crowd really enjoyed.
Neither guaranteed a sale on this 3-bedroom terrace though. Maybe listing a 2-bedroom as a 3-bedroom was part of the issue for these vendors.
Must be the curse of the terrace. Hopefully the buyer was aware that this was not a residentially zoned property. If buyers are in doubt, a flat that is above or conjoining a restaurant or shop is sometimes a valuable hint. Any buyer on this house will also need to factor into the selling price, the cost of the brunches and lattes from West 48 a couple of blocks away!!
So the price seemed very good for this area. Though on closer inspection the second bedroom was a tiny 2. If you repackage this townhouse as a one bedroom-plus-study, the price point starts to sound more realistic.
Investors need to be mindful that a width of less than 2. A great top tip from Cate! It was a super quiet week in Kingsville with no properties going under the hammer or private sale. Same in Seddon. An interesting lull in two hotspots that have boasted a fair few exciting sales of late. Maybe the vendors are waiting until the pre-Easter rush? Thumbs down emoji. Newport had 5 properties up for sale this week with 3 selling and the others passing in.
At a guess this was a hotly contested auction when it gets down to the five hundies. Glad to see that 2 Agg Street, Newport sold as I posted its pretty facade on social media. I was devo when the sales result was not disclosed on this one. She was bidding strong and confidently like an advocate and gave Cate a good run for her money. Point Cook was buuuussssy! With 19 homes up for sale and every last one of them selling. This is our star Westie pupil. Most of the properties were private sale and most had the price undisclosed which does not bode well with my snooping.
Across the Sunshine suburbs of North, West and proper there were 9 up for sale. That was 39 Chandler Street. Its perfectly manicured lawn and stunning period entrance remain available for sale.
A massive week for WeFo. You get a house, you get a house, you get a house! That house gave me the warm and fuzzies!
A great price for a nicely done 4-bedroom home. There were 5 up for sale in Yarraville and two of them passed in. All others selling. It would have been good to have some comparison on that with a 3-bedroom house on Sussex Street 31A — a street nearby — but no price was disclosed.
In Moonee Ponds I was lapping up the facade and location of 36 Eglinton Street and wanted to know what it went for but no cigar. Lips sealed one that one. Price sadly undisclosed. Looking further across Melbourne town and I had to call out the week that was in Mount Waverley with 13 properties up for sale.
Peeps with money! This suburb is hot like Thursday through Sunday just gone…. Mount Waverley seriously be where the money at!
Take note buyers who nail the passed-in bid. A lot was happening in Northcote this week with 12 properties up for sale, but a massive 9 passed in. Fingers crossed for some weather reprieve this week and a cooler weekend ahead so I can get snooping again! The same goes for the options, cost and effort involved and pay off periods. So I talked to Logan Shield, the owner of Geometrica , which was formed about 10 years ago with the aim of helping people create more energy efficient and sustainable homes.
With work undertaken all over town, but mostly renovation and extension work in the inner north and inner west, Logan is definitely the right guy to be talking to! What lead you to creating Geometrica and focusing on helping people to create sustainable homes?
My background in science and physics has been invaluable in really understanding and in turn applying principles like passive solar design, thermal mass, insulation, heat transfer, materials, embodied energy etc. I have also collaborated with leading sustainable designers over the years and have learnt a lot on this journey which I share with my clients.
Credit: Rachel Lewis Photography. What does each mean? One of the biggest issues is making sure that insulation is installed correctly. Small gaps, say around downlights, make a huge difference to the heat loss through a ceiling, in much the same way that a bath only needs a small hole for all the water to escape!
What are some of the most common questions you get when it comes to clients looking to create sustainable homes? Most people will ask about installing water tanks and solar panels.
Many clients are also concerned about minimising the use of toxic materials and finishes in their homes. Minimising waste has also become a far more mainstream issue since waronwaste was screened.
Now people are asking about what materials they can re-use or what recycled options there are. The main motivators seem to be doing the right thing by the planet and future generations and creating a healthy home free of chemicals, especially for people with young children or allergies.
Ongoing running costs are also key. Generally, people understand that a modest investment in a more efficient water heater for example will cost them less over the medium-long term. Making the most of sun in winter and creating shade in summer is also a consideration for most people. What are the benefits from an environmental, financial and liveability perspective?
Creating a more sustainable home has payoffs in all areas. Environmentally, an energy efficient home uses less energy to run which in turn reduces greenhouse gas emissions. This is hugely important in playing a role in avoiding dangerous climate change. Financially, while you might spend a little more up front, the payback times for many features are very short, for example, insulation is dirt cheap and pays for itself in reduced energy bills in just a couple of years, while solar panels pay for themselves in around 5 or so years.
One of our past clients was thrilled when they realised that their home was maintaining a nice and steady temperature in the low 20s throughout the year, no matter what the weather outside! What are some of the features those planning to renovate can consider from a sustainable material use perspective? Are there some key materials that should be considered for from an environmental impact?
The use of sustainable materials is a really complex field with so many factors involved. We always try to stick with natural, honest and local materials that will stand the test of time.
The first option should always be to go for something recycled firstly to avoid new materials being produced, but also to create demand for reused materials that helps to create a more circular economy.
Bricks are a great example. Recycled reds look great, are virtually maintenance free, locally sourced and will last for ages.
What are some of the features those planning a reno could consider from an environmental efficiency perspective? Really the most important thing is to make sure the shell of the building performs really well thermally. Make sure you have good insulation properly installed without gaps. New windows should be double glazed and be appropriately shaded and all gaps and cracks should be sealed up.
It certainly can get challenging on some older homes, for example where access is limited. Ripping off all the plasterwork from the internal walls just to insulate or pulling out all the old windows to replace them with brand new double glazed ones actually takes a really long time to pay itself off in terms of reduced energy bills, so you might be better off getting a few extra solar panels or upgrading to more efficient appliances instead.
Ceiling insulation is hands down the best money you will spend. This will have a big impact on your energy bills. Aiming for an R-value of around R6. Local company Replas are turning plastic shopping bags into good solid material suitable for cladding which we are currently looking into for an extension project.
Stay tuned…. Recycled bricks make great internal walls that are not only beautiful, but also perform well as thermal mass, helping to mediate temperatures inside. Recycled timber has such a broad range of uses from benchtops, vanities, shelving, right through to wall and ceiling linings.
What is required in building codes that automatically improve the environment efficiency of a home versus those deliberately built into design? All new homes and substantial renovations must meet the current minimum 6-star energy rating standard.
This will most likely be increasing to 6. Do you have any advice for people looking to purchase a home in terms of its aspect and maximising orientation for efficiency? The best site orientation is where the short sides of the block face east or west so that the long side is facing north. This enables you to add windows where needed along the length of the house to get in as much winter sun as possible. A large number of homes in the Inner West are heritage overlay.
Are their considerations in applying environmental design elements? Solar panels require planning permission in heritage overlay areas and are generally discouraged from the street facing roof. However there is almost always a solution that means you can still have panels that are not overly visible from the street. We recently received approval for a large number of panels on a roof in the heritage overlay that was fairly visible from a side street.
Good quality, efficient materials and appliances do generally have a slightly higher initial cost however are almost always cheaper over the medium term due to lower running costs and also because they are likely to last longer. The real issue is actually that no-one puts a cost on environmental damage, so things that are cheap tend to either pollute or degrade the planet in some way.
When you factor in the measures needed to rectify the damage for example re-foresting the Amazon or relocating entire villages due to sea level rise, then the equation changes.
What is most effective in heating and cooling homes from an environmental standpoint? Electric reverse cycle split systems are by far the most efficient in terms of energy use and cost. They heat, they cool and they are super-efficient. Hydronic heating is by far the nicest form of heating, especially for anyone with allergies, however it tends to be left on for longer periods and usually heats the whole home which results in greater energy bills overall.
Plus its really expensive to install. Do you have any final key tips people should consider in terms of environmental opportunities in a renovation in the early stages? Assess what you really need vs what you want.
Do you really need that second living room? Is a 3 rd toilet essential? Going smaller and doing less is by far the most sustainable way to go. Every square meter that you build costs you and the environment, so reducing to just the bare minimum is better for everyone. Do some research and write up a brief of what outcomes you want to achieve. The numbers have my back in this instance. The Inner West was particularly feeling it.
Kingsville was Quietsville this weekend with one apartment listed and it passed in. Same, same but different in Spotswood with two listed and both passing in. Surprising given one in particular is arguably in the best block Spotty has on offer, and not at a premium price tag either.
What is wrong with this property? Three listed in WeFo and all passing in. Not much better in Newport with two properties passing in and one townhouse selling in Blackshaws Road for a price undisclosed. I posted this property on social media so was keen to see how it went. One of the homes that passed in was 23 Tongue Street, Yarraville which I also posted about. Interesting to note that the last sale in this street of this land size smashed records, with multiple buyers.
It goes to show what a credit squeeze can do. Back in Seddon there were two of three homes sold this week. Last time Cate bid on a total renovator in this street, advocates attended in numbers and the result flew past the reserve. For a quirky street with rear lane character, Station St never fails to pull a crowd.
Proximity to Charles Street shops is most certainly the drawcard but in this case, four bedroom houses still hold firm despite market wobbles. I attended the auction of Pilgrim Street, Seddon which I was sure was going to sell under the hammer. I posted about this house a while ago and was a big fan. The awkward moment arrived that the auctioneer had to refer to the vendor. So it then passed in.
I thought it would have been great buying for a generous sized 4 bedder. FYI, I did also attend an open for inspection for a Seddon home which looked incredible in the advertisement. It was 16 Pentland Parade. Well the hidden bathroom, hidden TV, and the polished concrete open plan living space that led to the outdoor bath is probably what will attract the bidders around that price.
That and the sqm block which is almost unheard of in Seddon. Will be attending that auction for shizzle. Altona… you are our Inner West Star of the Week. All 6 properties selling this week. There are ice creams and water side walks a plenty awaiting you in this pocket. Looking forward to an invite to summer pool parties at this place.
What a gorgeous, warm and friendly home this is. It had me at outdoor shutters. The sqm land, close to the heart of Foot-es-grey was clearly too appealing to miss out on. Will scrub up a beauty though. Considering a nearby two bedroom apartment can sell off the plan for more than double this price tag, it does beg the question; at what price point will investors shake the stigma of this less-than-pretty pocket and embrace the opportunity?
Rental headaches aside, it does stack up if cashflow investing is your bag. And now to 5 Lee Street, Flemington. I was waiting with bated breath to see what it would sell for. And this block is insanely big… sqm to be exact. All of the Lee Street residents can retreat to number 5 if their upcoming street Xmas parties are a wash out! It was 5 Junction Street, Seddon. Cate had an auction free Saturday after a few 11th hour changes.
One auction due to go under the hammer on Saturday was brought forward by some eager bidders to Friday night. Nothing like a fast dash to Doncaster followed by verifying the cost projections on a four-site subdivision project.
The joys of Friday afternoons. Another client pulled out of a planned auction on Saturday with some last minute updates to the contract of sale imposing further overlay restrictions that made the property undesirable. A great example of how important it is to have the contract reviewed prior to bidding. Looking across Melbourne town, and it was going off like a frog in a sock over in Glen Iris with 18 results listed — making it the busiest suburb this weekend.
This is a 4-bedroom home that needs some work but is sitting on a massive chunk of land to allow for that to happen. Richmond had a fair bit of action this week with 16 results listed. Great odds. Unsurprisingly, apartments struggled to sell with all 4 properties passing in being apartments. Two on the busy street that is Burnley Street. Another down side is parking which can be a nightmare around I would have put 42 Edinburgh in a different league. Peeps in Point Cook be keeping tight lipped this weekend with a number of homes with prices undisclosed.
Why would you do this to me… why?! Good buying for the lucky winner of 6 Beaufort Street … a 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 car, close to the amenities of Point Cook town centre. A suburb I must say is one of my faves to snoop around.
My snooping dreams were cut short this weekend though with only two of 7 sold disclosing a price! Both homes have gorgeous period features and enormous blocks… sqm each.
It was a particularly busy and very successful day on Chomley Street Prahran with 3 properties up for sale on this street and all selling.
I thought ir was looking good for Coburg this weekend with a strong 10 property results listed. Only 3 sold. It was better down the road in Reservoir with 6 of 10 homes selling this weekend. This deep block has one decent sized home at the front and one pretty much just as big at the back.
Seems like a good price to me, especially as I could relegate my family to either house if I needed some me time without even packing any bags! Over and out for this week. See you next Monday. Bess is currently building her dream home in Beechworth.
But packing the lunchbox has challenged me to think yarraville more about food waste i. So the time yarraville right to crank out sussex article about how to reduce waste in the home. Reducing your waste at home can seem overwhelming at the start.
Once you have created new habits they will be the new norm. The best place to start is to think about what enters your home. Buying larger sizes reduces the overall packaging, sussex. You can do this with chips, biscuits and other snacks too. Buy local to reduce food miles or transporting in general, where you can. An even easier one is not buying fruit and vegetables that are packaged.
Yes, they are convenient, but they are unnecessary. Yarraville the apples roll free! No need to bag them either. There are lots of bulk food suppliers around that you can shop at too.
You can bring your own containers, or use theirs and fill them only with what you need. This can save on throwing out food because you had to buy a large quantity. And a new addition to the scene is Roving Refills providing a mobile liquid detergent refill service.
Buy furniture and clothes that will last. Quality over quantity. When you sussex considering replacing furniture, homewares or clothes, consider whether it could be reused by local charities such as West Welcome Wagon. As the first principle, reducing is the best way to look after our planet. The next is of course to reuse. You can reuse, re-purpose and re-home lots of things like glass jars and plastic bottles. Recycling is great, but also, not great.
Absolutely keep using your roadside recycling and the public recycling bins too but reduce and reuse is better. Keeping your soft plastic and putting them in the specific bins at Coles and Woolies for RedCycle is super easy.
You can keep your food waste out of landfill where it becomes an awful green house gas, contributing to climate change by having a worm farm or a compost bin at home. If this article leaves you wanting more advice on how to reduce waste jump over to the Zero Waste Westies Facebook Group. My god, who even are we getting excited about 55?!
I had Saturday off from opens and auctions. Altona had a cracking weekend. Great buying to be within walking distance to school, station and Cherry Lake. A strong result in Altona North too with only 1 of 6 passing in. That was 40 Clematis Avenue. A 3-bedder on a sqm yarraville which is ripe for development. Suggesting that development funds are still a struggle. It was a big weekend in Ascot Vale with 8 properties up for sale but only 3 of 8 selling.
Not the greatest odds. It gets you 4 Burton Crescent. The passed in properties, while exhibiting some beautiful features, were compromised in small ways. That house was insane! It was private sale so my chances of finding out are very slim. A dreamy creamy brick with more land to expand than you can poke a stick at.
Only one house up for sale in Flemington and it fell in the vendors favour. In an awesome little pocket this is a great starter home for someone. Footscray replicated the state clearance rate with an even split down the middle between 3 auction yarraville passing in and all 3 private sales selling. And with only one private sale disclosing a price, Footscray has left me feeling a little bit unfulfilled this weekend.
Kensington had one of the better weekends for the Inner West with only 1 of 5 passing in. Surprising result indeed, says Cate. It does seem big money for this but the facade, location and a street full of period homes undoubtedly enabled this house to hold its value. Cate says a hundred bucks on a wager that I let Kingsville back into my heart with the next Edwardian to hit the market. She might be right!!
That is 16 Yarraville Place. Nothing much to report in Moonee Ponds. Was my post the difference?! Only one sold yarraville Seddon, privately. Looking forward to seeing the sussex on that number. In Sunshine and only 2 of 5 sold. Buyers who would call a 1. With multiple bidders, Cate prepared herself for competition knowing that a strong Vietnamese crowd may have favoured the house address.
And finally, Yarraville had a massive weekend with 9 properties up for sale. This is great buying! Thank god for this sale and a couple of others as 5 homes passed in this weekend in Yazza. A number of 2-bedders close to the Village action remain up for sale. Hughes attracted many sussex first home buyer and for good reason. Clarendon was a heart-breaker property. Three buyers went head to head but one of my homies, took out the trophy.
Price undisclosed! Cate was also anticipating a lacklustre clearance rate based on the fact that that half of Melbourne is taking advantage of the long weekend. But alas, we still bring you the scoop from our sweep across the results. I was out sussing yarraville a couple of townhouses across the Inner West for a local mum who asked me to help her in her search.
Slow and steady can sussex win the real estate race. Cate concurs on this front. These had a similar vibe actually. Spacious entrance, stunning oak floorboards. Creeping Ivy, marble benchtops and plush yarraville. It ticked a lot of my design boxes. Altona had two private sales this weekend. In Altona North both homes sold. So all in all Altona held strong this week. Sussex value? Double tick. Only one apartment was up for sale in Flemington this week, but with no cigar.
The south facing orientation is about all she can fault, but when you consider what a first homebuyer could nab with a sub-six, sussex budget, this one sussex the cake. Four up. All sold. Three of which were private sale. This was 69 MacPherson Street. The bargain nature of this one may well have readers scratching their head. Interesting to note that THIS one is a bargain buy for good reason. The vista from this front door is far from ideal.
No social judgement going here, just raising the point that vistas can hugely impact price. For some, it is a concern. Each to their own. Street yarraville from 69 MacPherson Street. Other Foot-es-grey prices were undisclosed.
Well done to Hoppers Crossing this week with all 6 properties sold. Peeps be keeping tight lipped though with only 2 sussex results. Thankfully the one that caught my eye disclosed a price. I was curious to know what a front garden that can accomodate a caravan or a fenced in giant jumping pillow sells for.
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