Lane Cove, NSW: L.C’s Pettit and Sevitt split level project home
Pettit and Sevitt split level project home, Lane Cove, NSW. Photo via realestate.com.au prior to renovation.
“Alistair visited our Pettit+Sevitt home and was able to offer some wonderful advice. His
suggestions were in keeping with the style of the home. He was also able to bring us back to
reality on the difficulty and cost of other options we had dreamt up. Thanks Alistair.”
Pettit and Sevitt split level project home, Lane Cove, NSW. Photo via realestate.com.au prior to renovation
My parent's home of 55 years, the one where my sisters and I grew up, is now on the market. From an architectural perspective, it is a lovely, but not architecturally significant home, set on an oversized block with decades worth of love and labour spent on the extensive gardens. The home is flooded with natural light and has garden vistas from every window. It is full of our memories of the good times and our cherished childhoods.I have written a new blog post "Reflections on a cherished childhood - putting the family home on the market" for Secret Design Studio with more photos and a link to the listing.secretdesignstudio.com/reflections-on-a-cherished-childhood-putting-the-family-home-on-the-market/Here is a link to the agent's video: youtu.be/M4eSTix0UrMThe most controversial aspect about the whole endeavour has been the styling, and I hope to write another blog about what we learnt about the real estate styling process, their formulas and the industry in the near future. ... See MoreSee Less