Graceville Hamptons house an eyecatching abode

Graceville Hamptons house an eyecatching abode

AN ENCHANTING hamptons abode that lies on a 810sq m Graceville block is sure to catch the eyes of passersby.

Bordered by a white picket fence, the 52 Kew St home has received a luxurious makeover since Ryan Junni purchased it at the beginning of 2018.

Mr Junni purchases properties and flips them while living in them, before selling, only to do it all over again.

“I build it for me, everytime I build my forever home,” Mr Junni said.

“You put your heart into it and then I put it up for sale and we try find another house to do it again.”

The property was nine years old, and while not terribly dated, Mr Junni took it to the next level.

French oak parquetry floors now flow through the two-storey home, and the bathrooms have floor to ceiling tiles.

The first floor has an open-plan kitchen, living and dining room, and there is a butler’s pantry behind the kitchen.

There is also a formal living and dining area on this level, a separate media room, laundry, study, two-way bathroom and a bedroom.

Upstairs are four bedrooms – three of which have walk-in wardrobes.

Three bedrooms share a single bathroom and a separate powder room, while the master has an ensuite with a double vanity.

An alfresco dining area, which is off the open-plan living space, is one of the standouts for Mr Junni.

“With the alfresco area we added a wood fireplace and semi-enclosed it,” he said.

“We created a dining space there and that has been one of the nicest transformations at the house.”

Mr Junni said the whole house had been remodelled, from the kitchen and bathrooms to floors and structural changes.

“My touch is added with lots of glass.”

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