A home renovation that is costing about $7 and a half million dollars a piece is costing the owners of the property about $10,000 a square metre.
The house on the corner of North Strathfield Road and North Strachan Road in Brisbane’s north-west was sold last year for $5.6 million and was being built on a site that was being developed by the same company that was developing the Brisbane CBD.
The project has been shrouded in secrecy for years but the owners finally revealed the details when they presented their plan for the house.
It’s all done with prefabricated panels and has been covered in aluminium foil.
This is just the start of this whole project that has cost almost $8 million dollars.
In the last year or so the owners have started using a prefab structure to build the house, using 3D printers and laser cutters to cut and assemble the house into one piece.
They also plan to move the roof over the house and have been working on a roof deck which will eventually have a retractable roof.
Now they’re planning to move on to the next stage, which will involve making the house completely out of metal and steel, which is something the builders said would be difficult to do.
They also want to move to a more modern construction model, which involves using prefab steel, aluminium and concrete.
I think there’s a lot of good intentions in that whole project, but there are going to be a lot more costs involved in this than just the price, the cost of the materials, the construction, the labour involved, the installation of the windows and the wiring.
The builders said the whole house would be made from about 25,000 parts, which would cost about $6,000.
“The final cost is going to come in at about $8,000 to $10 to $12 million,” they said.
Mr and Mrs Smith said they planned to sell the house at the end of the year for about $4 million.
When the house is finished, they’ll be able to retire the house with the proceeds going towards paying off the mortgages on the property.