What Happens When We Refurbish a Property?

What Happens When We Refurbish a Property?
October 30, 2017 BVWebAdmin

What Happens When We Refurbish a Property?

What Happens When We Refurbish a Property?

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The four (4) images, below, are an example of what the inside of one of our refurbished homes looks like before we have new Resident(s) move in.  As you can see, the home has a full makeover and is fully repainted in a neutral tone.  It will typically cost Barossa Village between $35,ooo – $45,000 to complete each renovation.

When a home is renovated, we completely replace the kitchen & bathroom, and, install new robes and linen cupboards, etc.  In addition to this, the new Resident – YOU – have opportunity to choose what you would like on the floors, whether it be vinyl, carpet or floating floorboards.  So when YOU open the front door absolutely everything inside the home is brand new.

A renovated & refurbished one (1) bedroom home will have a Licence Fee between $155,000 to $165,000.  Whereas our fully renovated two (2) bedroom homes are Licenced between $170,000 to $190,000.  We have completed or are currently undertaking renovations & refurbishment of these properties in Nuriootpa:

22B Penrice Rd Nuriootpa @ $165,000

24B Penrice Rd Nuriootpa @ $165,000

30B Penrice Rd Nuriootpa @ $165,000

29C Second St Nuriootpa @ $165,000

7 Heidrich Court Nuriootpa @ $185,000

31A Scholz Ave, Nuriootpa @ $185,000


As mentioned earlier, these images were taken inside one of our refurbished homes which was completed in mid-2017.  We use professional cabinet-makers, plumbers, electricians and carpenters for all the works:


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