Burradoo house

This house, a 1920s house designed by James Peddle, was substantially enlarged to provide zoned spaces for parents, children, formal living and informal living. The whole house relates to the expansive garden but provides protection from the cold winters with the addition of a conservatory and a courtyard and all windows being double glazed. A formal entry and porte cohere were added and the house re-roofed in Eternit slates.