The Birchgrove House can be found within a suburb of Sydney in Australia, and it was sketched out with great attention to detail by the experts of a firm named Nobbs Radford Architects. It was built in close proximity to a harbor and was renovated extensively in 2014 in order to comply with contemporary standards of luxury and comfort.
Originally a modest timber weatherboard cottage, the abode now offers 2,378 square feet of living space and impresses with a tight connection to its surrounding environment. For example, the main bathroom is linked to an upper balcony, while the ground floor walls were swapped for a sliding glazed panel system that fades the limits between the indoors and outdoors.
The windows at the upper level were enlarged and now frame exquisite views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The 3 levels of the Birchgrove House are connected by a new elongated staircase that stretches along its southern part.