Australian Georgian Renovation in Pymble, “Tynecool” is a gem in the heart of Ku-ring-gai Council area, and is being lovingly extended and renovated by its new family.
The “West Wing” replaces an old single storey addition with a new generous two storey wing. It creates a north facing courtyard between the existing dwelling and the new addition, which will feature a large stone clad outdoor wood fire and chimney. The new wing will also feature fabulous new living areas which open up to the courtyard to the front and garden and pool to the rear.
The home will feature a new office with views over the property in both directions, two new bedrooms & bathrooms, a new laundry & mud room, and a new kitchen / pantry / drinks bar to serve the formal dining room and the new outdoor living space.
With save the date invitations already issued for a Christmas party in December, the house will be ready, dressed with its lipstick on (think new roof and exterior paint job) and glowing with bling (think london pink marble, emerald haze quartzite and miami pastels).
With a new covered outdoor living area between the house and the pool, and the fit out of the pool side cabana, Tynecool is destined to become the perfect party house, and a great example of an Australian Georgian Renovation in Pymble
Tynecool’s DA was approved within three months by Ku-ring-gai Council.
Senior Development Assessment Office of Ku-ring-gai Council has this great feedback on MWa’s DA submission:
“I would like to take this opportunity to comment on the quality of the plans and documents submitted with the application as well as the professionalism and assistance provided by Michelle Walker Architects.
The level of detail they provided with the additional information was quite simply some of the best I have seen.
I have no doubt that the future home will be an amazing place to live. Good luck with the build!“
If you are contemplating an architectural renovation in Pymble, or in Ku-ring-gai Council, Willougby Council, North Sydney Council, Mosman Council or Northern Beaches Council area, contact us for a constructive discussion. Good design starts with a good conversation.
Michelle & Danielle