Originally built in 1982, located the further most southern point in Williamstown opposite Port Phillip Bay. Originally designed by Peter Jones. The home was built of solid concrete blockwork and suspended concrete slab. It is a split level home. After several attempts of past owners to re furbish the home , these attempts always under estimated the potential of the home. Cutting edge and ahead of it’s time, the architects vision was amazing, with window placement, room orientation and building form functions impeccably in the home. I always wanted this home from a very young as architectural I thought it was stunning. With limited budget the home has been transformed both internally and externally. The revamp included the re landscaping of a very tired garden, a new more functional kitchen space, the removal of cold out of place entry doors and the inclusion of warm timber throughout. the removal of gloss tiling in the upper living areas with new oak timber flooring laid throughout. A more functional bbq and outdoor entertainment space. A newly tiled balcony and the most valuable asset in the theme was the re render to cover an acrylic render. The render is super smooth with the appearance of concrete. It will age gracefully and will change with the coastal elements around it.