From the street this Cooks Hill home looks quite modest. But through the front door, a contemporary masterpiece is unveiled.
Owners Warwick and Sarah Crosby bought an original, and charming, two-bedroom cavity brick bungalow nine years ago at 108 Dawson Street.
They engaged designer Murray James with their brief making a modern, light-filled kitchen and living space essential.
Much more was delivered with the result a four-bedroom, two-bathroom residence with indoor-outdoor flow and high-end finishes.
There are polished concrete floors, shadow-lined ceilings and a French-made fireplace.
Two original bedrooms and a new bathroom with a freestanding bath are at the front of the home . There is an internal courtyard with built-in sandpit then the open plan kitchen and living connects to an outdoor deck and yard.
At the rear of the home is a second living area or bedroom and upstairs parents' retreat.
It is being marketed by Anthony Merlo and Andrew McGavin, of Dalton Partners, with a guide of $1.65 million, and is open for inspection at 1pm on Saturday.