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first_img Former Bachelor Australia star Matthew Johnson and his mum after she sold her home in Kenmore Hills and purchased a block of land to build on. Picture: @matthewdavidjohnson/Instagram, 2017 BEFORE AFTER“We never met him but the neighbourhood talks about him like he’s family,” Mr Phillips said of The Bachelor Australia 2017 star who has started his own family with winning contestant Laura Byrne and plans to marry next year. Matt Johnson and his partner Laura Byrne with their three legged dog Buster in Bondi, Sydney. Picture: Justin LloydAfter initial bathroom renovations and new floor coverings, the couple commissioned 3D visual models to show what the timber pole house could look like with altered entry and exit points, room extensions and landscaping.The plans were architecturally drawn up and in the closing months of 2017, structural work began. BEFORE To get to the front door you had to walk through the carport THE RENO A new entrance is constructed and the carport removed AFTER New street appeal with a separate entrance to the house“It already had a nice architectural feel to it with those timber poles which are reminiscent of the area,” he said.“We always had the plan to do something special to capture those bushland views.“At the back of the house, the roof continued to get lower and lower and the house is tiered down the hill, so the ceiling got closer to the floor and we thought that was a complete waste because you couldn’t walk in the front door and see the back bush so we took the deck area and enclosed it.” THE RENO The rooms are extended across the existing verandaLiving rooms on both levels were extended to incorporate the back deck and the roofline that was tilted downwards, was extended and tilted up with giant windows added that allow natural light through the house and views from the front door to the bushland at the back of the 2789sq m property. THE RENO The new roofline is tilted upward AFTER The house now has large windows that frame the bushland settingThe six-bedroom house now has three large living areas as well as an office or media room off the entrance at the front of the house and a downstairs gym or wellness room. BEFORE The main living areas with a roofline that sloped downwards AFTER The rooms have been extended and the roofline tilts upwards to welcome the viewThere are two bedrooms on the lower level with a new extra large laundry that has a built-in refrigerator to service downstairs entertaining. While four bedrooms including the master suite are on the main level with the kitchen and combined living and dining area. “There’s so much more usable space now,” he said.“When we bought the house it was a family home that was a house built in among the trees. It is now a house where you’ve got that much more open space, and views of the natural environment with natural light so that when you’re sitting in the room you feel you are in the bushland around you. You don’t have to go outside to feel that.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa7 hours agoParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours ago AFTER A fresh coat of paint and plantation shutters can do wonders to a roomGlass balustrading and new decking around the house and pool have helped connect indoor and outdoor areas. And fig and palm trees have been replaced with native plantings. AFTER Private deck areas with glass balustrading“The thing that has had the biggest impact was extending the upstairs and living spaces and tilting the roof up, they are the two things that made the house feel completely different,” he said.“The simplest things that we did would be the kitchen with that butler’s pantry which is a hero and the centrepiece of the house. AFTER The kitchen and butler’s pantry“But even outside, we now have a functional way to get around the yard and a central entry point coming off the street so there’s one line from the front yard, across the deck, through the front doors and all the time you can see the bush at the back.” AFTER Landscaped gardens make use of every corner of the property AFTER A level back yard on the 2789sq m property complements the landscaped sloping blockOver the past 12 months floors have been finished, the house fully painted and with the first native plantings maturing, an understorey of vegetation has been established, with the target of putting the property on the market in April.“We always had a target of April 2020 to go to auction and then the world changed but we didn’t want to change our plans so we knew it would be a challenging time.”With COVID-19 restrictions limiting onsite inspections, the property was not taken to auction and is now on the market through Place Ascot with a call for Expressions of Interest. The renovation of 19 Shannan Place, Kenmore Hills which is for sale now. If former Bachelor Australia star Matty ‘J’ Johnson were to drive past 19 Shannan Place, Kenmore Hills today, he would only catch glimpses of his mum’s former home.An $850,000 facelift over four years has changed everything from the entrance to the pitch of the roof over the six-bedroom Treehouse that his mum sold to Lisa Baranyi and Syd Phillips in 2016. Seller farewells ‘last piece of real estate in Australia’ Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 2:56Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -2:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels540p540p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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