So earlier this year, we were successful at auction! The home is an older Victorian style design in need of some renovations, but has heaps of potential. Property is located in the Inner West of Sydney. House: Brick, 2 Bed, 1 Bathroom, Carspot, circa 330sqm We wish to have an open-living design. If budget persists, we would like a; -New bathroom -New kitchen -Additional third bedroom with ensuite (master bedroom) -As a result of the additional bedroom, we will be looking to extend the rear by about 5m. -Flooring and painting After some research, I've reached out to a builder who has helped me start the process. I'm now deciding on whether I go with an Architect or a Draftsman. I have a fair idea on the floorplan and to an extent, how we would like to design the place. This is all of course, pending feasibility of what I've proposed. So, to kick off our project - An Architect, or Draftsman? After this, we will then proceed on getting DA approval and then begin obtain a fixed price contract with the builder. At the moment, were gathering ideas from pictures to get assist the builder on what we would like to achieve.