A highly awarded destination boutique winery, brewery, fromagerie, restaurant and wedding venue with cottage accommodation.
Location Milton, NSW
Architect Andrew Wallace
To extend existing facilities with a contemporary
architect designed restaurant pavilion which integrated into the European style heritage architecture. With concrete floors and exposed timber trusses, the room and surrounding decks have transformed the restaurant space and wedding venues to maximise the
extraordinary views over the vineyard to Burrill Lake and the Budawang Ranges
Jacques and his team were very considerate of our business needs. The team were great to work with, very friendly, courteous, polite and professional. Jacques is an excellent problem solver and is very good at adapting to changes as they arise. We have no hesitation in recommending J2 Build for any construction project.
To transform a dated brick home into a Hampton's style country residence for retiree tree/sea changers. Detailed carpentry skills were requires to clad the entire house in weatherboards. New bathrooms, an updated kitchen and a loft completed the look.
This project was a practical demonstration of J2 Build's commitment to upcyling and renewal of older building stock to minimise wastage and costs involved in keeping up with trends in modern living.
Jacques and his team of tradespeople did a magnificent job in transforming this house into the country home we were looking for. And with creative thinking and a flexible approach to materials and retrofitting elements, they did it within budget. We are very happy to recommend them. Sue Ditton, Jasper's Brush house
A very economical way to transform the houses appeal to current and future owners.
Adam Guthrie - local Real Estate Agent
Location Jaspers Brush, NSW
Architect Edward Davis Architects
To restore a 1940's weatherboard homestead into a contemporary open plan entertainer with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and wrap around verandahs for family living.The project is a great example of how to upcycle old housing stock with extensive use of recycled materials, converting dark rooms with pink walls and 70‘s tiles, into an updated home.
Wow what a wonderful place!! It looked gorgeous in pictures but was a thousand times better in person. The house is beautifully and thoughtfully decorated and equipped, the porch and the backyard are straight out of a fairytale, and the location is to die for.
To relocate the original weatherboard worker's quarters within the same property and extend the floor plan by the addition of a new straw bale extension to include living areas, kitchen and bathroom. This revitalised free-standing dwelling provides short term rental income.
A natural swimming pool was created by diverting and recycling storm water and ground water across the property.
Delightful country home, restored with bespoke features, great design & decor with just a touch of quirky.