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Wow, what a transformation! Many thanks for sharing @2Belindas.
Great work. Looks fantastic now. Did the weatherboards get replaced @2Belindas or were you able to restore them?
The external boards were replaced @Kermit and some of the interior boards, the ones that were beyond repair. We always recycle whatever we can - our priority is to restore, not replace. This house was one of the most rewarding transformations we have done. We loved the end result.
Looks amazing @2Belindas would love more progress photos!
Thanks @KabirV we have a few of the inside too...I will pop a few of them up over the next week or so.
Wow, wow wow just amazing. What a transformation.
Thankyou @Fran. Though we flipped it, I still like driving by. The new owner is very happy there.
@2Belindas, you definitely know what you're doing, that transformation is amazing.
I can see I'll have to keep an eye on the TVGuide for Series 1 of "@2Belindas Flip". : )
Funny you should mention that @Andy_Mann We are currently in negotiations - a show on flipping. Something that we didn't expect but should be a lot of fun.
@2Belindas the TV deal doesn't surprise me one bit, give me a wave at the Logies. ; )
Hahaha @Andy_Mann we promise we will. You're a funny one!
You have done well by taking something old and dilapidated into a glorious livable dwelling with history. Many thanks for sharing.
It is so stunning, beautiful job
Thanks for joining in the discussion @hoges1 and a very warm welcome to Workshop. It's great to have you join us.
I'm sure @2Belindas appreciate the complements. I know they are going to share some of their other projects on Workshop soon.
Great job would not recognise the place 12 out of10.
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