Mantel Street Melbourne AustraliaTraditional Exterior, Melbourne

This red brick Queen Anne home was restored internally & externally with new circular driveway & garden edging & complete restoration of the front facade.

Traditional brick exterior in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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jeanl wrote:30November,2013
  • PRO
    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    6 years ago
    Hi
    Sorry for getting back to you so late.
    The builder that undertook the major renovation of this project constructed the driveway.
    The company is called GAFFNEY CONSTRUCTION.
    Their contact details are:
    Paul Ferante 0404 490 680
    Regards,
    Dominic Bagnato
    ARCHITECT
  • Kirsty Marshall
    4 years ago

    Hi l know this is a few years old no, do you know what colour the window frames are. Thanks

Louise Devine wrote:5September,2015
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    4 years ago

    Hi,

    Im sorry for taken a little while to get back to you.

    The one paint colour you see on the house is from DULUX PAINTS.

    Its called LEGEND TAN Code 20YY 51/098

janet777 wrote:11October,2014
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    5 years ago
    Hi
    The brick work was restored by the previous owners of the house. Unfortunately we are unable to source who did the tuck pointing.

    Dominic Bagnato
    ARCHITECT

What Houzz contributors are saying:

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to 11 Must-Dos on The Day of Your Open House4 May 2014

1. Turn on all the lightsA well-swept driveway and front porch create a stunning entryway, but it is the warm glow of the lights that make this house so inviting. Turn on all overhead lights, lamps and even the lights above the stove to have your house looking its shining best, especially in dreary winter months.

rebeccalgross
Rebecca Gross added this to So You Live in a... Federation House11 April 2014

Federation Bungalow. Towards the end of this architectural period came the Federation Bungalow – a transition between the Queen Anne-style and the California Bungalow that became so popular around World War I. Federation Bungalows vary in appearance but are often characterised by a homely simplicity in the form of a single-storey, ground-hugging house.

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lbean
lbean added this to Jake House13 April 2020

brick border for sidewalk?? resurface sidewalk?

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