Born again in Bexley

"One of the attractive features of Sydney is that many of its suburbs are generously dotted with period houses. Not all Victorian and Federation homes are to be found in the inner west, eastern suburbs or north shore. This late Victorian cottage is part of a row in the leafy southern suburb of Bexley, not far from Botany Bay.
The cottage had been neglected and suffered from exposure to the elements, as is evident from the condition of the lower section of the front wall. As part of a complete renovation project the clients needed to replace the original verandah which had collapsed, but were keen to replicate the original pattern and colours exactly. By modifying our standard Annandale pattern and combining it with our Windsor border and a bullnosed slate edge, we were able to offer the clients precisely what they wanted."

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