Hi folks, Definitely a massive knowledge base of users here so I wanted to throw in something i've been thinking about for advice, recommendations and possibly even gut ballparks if anyone can help. In my PPOR there are a number of things I'd like to do to improve the floorplan and functionality of the house. It's a 1960's built home with the back 2.5m of the house having a slopped ceiling. One half is brick right to the roof, the other side is brick half way up and then glass/wood to the ceiling. I've attached some images from the sale of the property to help give you an idea of what it looks like. The idea I've had in my head is to possibly levelling out the ceiling. This idea is part of a bigger idea to renovate by adding/removing some walls. One of those is to take out the wall between living and the back bedroom to increase the kitchen/living space right to the back wall where there could be bifold doors to the backyard. Ideally a level ceiling in this instance would be preferred. There's obviously a lot involved with the greater plan, but I wanted to query the levelling of the ceiling here and ask if anyone else has done similar, or has any ideas here, or may even be able to provide a rough ballpark to what I could possibly be looking at cost wise. You're input is definitely appreciated. cheers!