Long labour of love creates stunning entertainer

first_img138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.Paul and Romina Rotheram took 10 years to renovate their Jindalee home, but they enjoyed every minute of it. The kitchen area at 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee. 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.Their four-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 138 Mount Ommaney Drive was purchased with the intention of transforming the 1980s build.“It had a lovely feeling when we walked through the door and we knew it was the one,” Ms Rotheram said.“We lived in it for a little while but wanted more light in the property so we called in a designer and architect. My husband built it over a period of time but we only finished in the last 18 months as he was still working.”More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.center_img 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.Created to entertain large numbers, the kitchen is one of the more spectacular additions.“We designed it and it ended up in the Queensland Kitchen + Bathroom Design magazine,” Ms Rotheram said. 138 Mount Ommaney Drive, Jindalee.NGU Real Estate sales agent Chris Foenander said the property was an outstanding family home.“It’s been a long journey to build this masterpiece.“It’s one of Jindalee’s most impressive renovations,” Mr Foenander said.The property is on a 607sq m elevated allotment.last_img read more