Barry is a mixture of new and old. The recycled red bricks are beautifully set off against the white weatherboards and contrasting modern black front door. The front porch is framed with two mat black wall sconces and merbau decking and steps.
When you step through the bold black front door into the entry way, it is spacious and light with James Hardie Axon Cladding along one wall, framing the window in the entry and drawing the eye to the 2.4m ceilings throughout. The bathrooms are classic in style but have modern touches in the mat black tapware and fixtures. A pop of colour is added with the light blue-grey subway tiles running vertically.
The kitchen, in the open plan living and dining area, is light and classic with shaker style door and draw fronts, stone bench tops and marble look subway tiles, laid in a brick pattern. With roller doors front and back on the garage it gives you easy access to the backyard and a functional space for outdoor living.
Barry is built within a heritage overlay area, it was important when building the home that we made sure we gave a nod to area and the heritage but also mixed in the modern elements that society enjoys today.