Estimisor – Help Index

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House, Villa & Acreage Estimation/Renovation

Bedrooms
  • Number of bedrooms – Adjust the number of bedrooms with the [+] & [-] buttons
    • Built-In Robe – Wardrobe built-in to the structure of the dwelling, not a piece of movable furniture
    • Walk-In Robe – A wardrobe large enough to walk into
    • Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Fixtures & Fittings – Doors, handles & wardrobe fit-outs
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc

Bathrooms
  • Number of Powder Rooms – Number of powder rooms (0.5 bathrooms – typically feature only a single toilet & basin/vanity)
  • Number of Bathrooms (inc Ensuits) – Number of full Bathrooms, including ensuites
    • Combination Shower & Bathtub – bathroom has a combination shower/bath combination
    • Shower – bathroom has a shower
    • Bathtub – bathroom has a bathtub
    • Double Basin Vanity – bathroom has a double basin vanity
    • Spa Bath – bathroom has a spa-bath
    • Heated Floors – has underfloor heating installed
    • Premium Tapware
    • Floor to Ceiling Tiling – wall tiles from the floor to the ceiling around the whole room (not just wet areas)
    • Stone Top Vanity – vanity has a stone benchtop
    • Flooring
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Tiling – Tiling has been redone
      • Shower Screens – new shower screens installed
      • Bath Tub / Spa – New bath tub or spa bath installed
      • Tap Ware – New tap ware installed
      • Vanity – New vanity unit installed
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, exhaust fans, electrical sockets etc

Indoor Living Spaces
  • Living Area Flooring
    • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
    • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Living Area Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted walls & ceiling
    • Flooring – Floors have been redone
    • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
    • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Study – Study or Home Office, is a room used for paperwork, computer work or reading
    • Study Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Study Nook – has a built in study nook
  • Media Room – a home theatre/cinema room
    • Media Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Formal Dining Room – A room primarily furnished with a dining setting for more formal occasions
    • Formal Dining Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Dining Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Formal Lounge Room
    • Formal Lounge Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Lounge Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Rumpus Room
    • Rumpus Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Extra Living Areas – for example an upstairs retreat or second family room
    • Number of extra living areas
    • Extra living areas flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl

Views
  • City Views – A view of the city CBD
    • City View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the city though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window and seeing a city view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the city with no trees or buildings in the way
  • Local Urban Views
    • Local Urban View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the local urban area though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a view of the local urban area partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the local urban area
  • Hinterland Views
    • Hinterland View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the hinterland though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a hinterland view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the hinterland
  • Landmark Views – A view of a national icon, such as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge
    • Landmark View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the harbour bridge though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • River / Lake Views – Views over a river or lake
    • River / Lake View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the river or lake mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking our a window and seeing the river or lake view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the river or lake
  • Ocean / Harbour Views
    • Ocean / Harbour View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the ocean though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a bay view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the ocean
    • Distance to Ocean / Harbour – Straight line distance to the edge of the water (hint – try using the measurement tool in ‘Google Earth’)
      • 0-100m
      • 101-250m
      • 251-500m
      • 501-1000m
      • More than 1km

Kitchen
  • Kitchen Appliances
    • Budget Appliances
    • Standard Appliances
    • Premium Appliances
  • Kitchen Tapware
    • Standard Quality Tapware
    • Premium Quality Tapware
  • Kitchen Benchtop Type
    • Laminate Benchtop
    • Stone Benchtop – include marble, granite & engineered stone
    • Timber Benchtop
    • Stainless Steel Benchtop
  • Kitchen Cabinet Type
    • Laminate Cabinets – Laminated cabinets are ussually constructed of a particle board laminated with a durable hard wearing outer finish
    • Two Pack Cabinets – Two pack cabinets are finished in a two pack epoxy and include textured, satin & gloss finishes
    • Solid Timber Cabinets – Solid timber cabinets are constructed of solid timber throughout
  • Pantry
    • Pantry Type
      • Standard Pantry
      • Walk-In Pantry
      • Butler’s Pantry – A pantry area within the kitchen to prepare food and keep messy preparation tasks out of sight from dinner guests. Ussually includes a benchtop, smaller sink and a number of other appliances
  • Kitchen Flooring
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted Walls / Ceilings
    • Flooring
    • Cabinetry & Bench Top
    • Appliances – dishwasher, oven, stovetop etc
    • Window Coverings
    • Electrical Fittings

Second Kitchen
  • Is there a second kitchen? – the dwelling has a second kitchen
  • Kitchen Appliances
    • Budget Appliances
    • Standard Appliances
    • Premium Appliances
  • Kitchen Tapware
    • Standard Quality Tapware
    • Premium Quality Tapware
  • Kitchen Benchtop Type
    • Laminate Benchtop
    • Stone Benchtop – include marble, granite & engineered stone
    • Timber Benchtop
    • Stainless Steel Benchtop
  • Kitchen Cabinet Type
    • Laminate Cabinets – Laminated cabinets are ussually constructed of a particle board laminated with a durable hard wearing outer finish
    • Two Pack Cabinets – Two pack cabinets are finished in a two pack epoxy and include textured, satin & gloss finishes
    • Solid Timber Cabinets – Solid timber cabinets are constructed of solid timber throughout
  • Pantry
    • Pantry Type
      • Standard Pantry
      • Walk-In Pantry
      • Butler’s Pantry – A pantry area within the kitchen to prepare food and keep messy preparation tasks out of sight from dinner guests. Ussually includes a benchtop, smaller sink and a number of other appliances
  • Kitchen Flooring
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted Walls / Ceilings
    • Flooring
    • Cabinetry & Bench Top
    • Appliances – dishwasher, oven, stovetop etc
    • Window Coverings
    • Electrical Fittings

Garage & Car Spaces
  • Number of Car Spaces – Total number of actual/designated car spaces (could be 1 garage & 1 carport)
  • Garage – The property has a private garage
    • Number of Garage Spaces
    • Remote Garage Door
    • Garage Door Type
      • Sectional Panel Door
      • Roller Shutter
      • Tilt-Up Door
  • Garage Flooring
    • Concrete
    • Painted Concrete
    • Tiled
    • Timber Flooring
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Garage Door
    • Flooring
    • Painted Walls & Ceiling
  • Carport – A private covered but not enclosed car space
    • Number of Carport Spaces
  • Uncovered Car Space – Designated uncovered car space (for example: a trailer parking spot around the side of the house as an extension of the drive way) Please note: The driveway should not be considered as a designated car space.
    • Number of Uncovered Car Spaces

Miscellaneous
  • Air Conditioning
    • Ducted Air Conditioning
    • Number of Split System AC Units
  • Ceiling Fans
    • Number of Ceiling Fans
  • Fire Place – Gas or wood burning, built-in fire place
    • Number of Built-In Fire Places
  • Smart Home System – An integrated system for control and monitoring of features throughout the dwelling such as lighting, temperature, media control, security monitoring & access
  • Shed/Workshop
    • Shed/Workshop Size (m²)
  • Driveway
    • Driveway Surface – Major material used in surfacing the driveway
      • Concrete
      • Exposed Aggregate Concrete
      • Stamped Concrete
      • Paved
      • Gravel
      • Bitumen
    • Driveway Length (m) – Length of driveway from the road to the fromt of the garage/carport
  • Tennis Court
    • Tennis Court Size
      • Full Court
      • Half Court
  • Wet Bar – A wet bar is a small bar usually used for mixing alcoholic beverages, which differs from a regular bar in that it includes a sink with running water
  • Wine Cellar – A below ground or climate controlled, enclosed area – suitable for wine storage

Eco-Friendly
  • Solar Panels
  • Rain Water Tank
  • Insulated Ceilings
  • Insulated Walls

Structure Details
  • Architecturally Designed – Architecturally designed dwellings will generally have a better solar orientation (ie: a northern aspect), access to favourable breezes, be more interesting to look at take advantage of any views and be more energy efficient as they are designed for their specific location and climate.
  • High Ceilings – Ceilings of 2.7m and higher
  • Porte-Cochere – A porte-cochere, coach gate or carriage porche is a porche like structure at a main or secondary entrance to a building which a vehicle cna pass in order for the occupants to alight under cover, protected from the weather.
  • Is it a Duplex – A house structure, split into two seperate dwellings with a shared wall.
  • Construction Type – External construction material
    • Brick Veneer
    • Full Brick
    • Weatherboard
    • Weatherboard/Brick Veneer
    • Corrugated Iron
    • Hebel
  • Frame Type
    • Timber Frame
    • Steel Frame
  • Roof Type
  • Exterior Freshly Painted – Recently painted the exterior of the dwelling (ie: walls, window & door frames, doors & eaves)
  • Recent Roof Restoration – Roof professionally cleaned & resprayed or new roof tiles/sheeting installed
  • Approx Building Age
  • Asbestos – Asbestos sheeting or roofing used in the construction of the dwelling

Security
  • Security Screens – Security screens fitted to doors/windows
  • Remote Gate – External remote access gate (for example a remote controlled driveway gate)
  • Intercom System – An intercom system for two-way communication with the entry gate
  • Alarm System – Alarm system installed within the property featureing door and window sensors or motion sensors

Outdoor Entertainment
  • Alfresco / Veranda
    • Alfresco/Veranda Size (m²)
    • Alfresco/Veranda Flooring
      • Timber Decking
      • Ceramic Tiles
      • Terracotta Tiles
      • Concrete
      • Stamped Concrete
      • Paved
      • Sandstone
      • Slate Stone
  • Covered Patio
    • Covered Patio Size (m²)
    • Covered Patio Flooring
      • Timber Decking
      • Ceramic Tiles
      • Terracotta Tiles
      • Concrete
      • Stamped Concrete
      • Exposed Aggregate Concrete
      • Paved
      • Sandstone
      • Slate Stone
  • Balcony
    • Balcony Size (m²)
    • Balcony Flooring
      • Timber Decking
      • Tiled
      • Concrete
  • Built-In BBQ
    • Built-In BBQ Type
      • Standard Quality BBQ
      • Premium Quality BBQ

Landscaping
  • Front Yard Landscaping
    • Established – Basic
    • Established – Manicured
    • New – Basic
    • New – Manicured
  • Back Yard Landscaping
    • Established – Basic
    • Established – Manicured
    • New – Basic
    • New – Manicured
  • Fenced
    • Fencing
    • Partially Fenced
    • Fully Fenced
  • Fence Type
    • Timber Fencing
    • Brick Fencing
    • Timber/Brick Fencing
    • Wire Fencing
    • Colorbond Style Fencing

Swimming Pool & Spa
  • Swimming Pool
    • Approx Pool Size
      • Small – Up to 21m1 (example 7 x 3m)
      • Medium – 22 to 40m² (example 5.5 x 4m to 10 x 4m)
      • Large – More than 41m² (example 11 x 5m)
    • In-Ground – Select ‘NO’ for above-ground or partially in-ground
    • Salt Water Chlorinated
    • Heated – Solar, Electric or gas heating
    • Spa Nook – A spa nook is an alcove or nook incorporated into the main swimming pool with an air bubble spa feature built in
    • Water Feature – A decorative fountain or water fall flowing into the swimming pool
    • Pool Surround Type
      • Standard Finishing – Standard pool fencing & Concrete paving/stamped concrete
      • Premium Finishing – Sandstone paved/coping, glass pool fencing, infinity pool etc
  • Spa / Jacuzzi – Independent of the swimming pool
  • Sauna

Zoning, Access & Frontage
  • Propety Zoning
    • Standard Residential – Standard house
    • Low/Medium Density – Suitable for development of townhouses
    • Medium Density – Suitable for development of 5-7 story apartment building
    • High Density – Suitable for development of a high rise building
    • Acreage
  • Front Road Access – Standard front road access
  • Side Road Access – Road access from the side of the property
  • Rear Road Access – Road access through a rear gate
  • Battle Axe Block – A battle-axe block is a block of land behind another, typically with access from the street through a narrow driveway down the side of a block in front
  • Water Frontage – The property fronts onto water such as a lake, river, bay or the ocean
    • Type of Water Frontage
      • Canal
      • River
      • Lake
      • Ocean/Harbour
    • Length of Frontage (m) – Length of the property along the water frontage (m)
    • Pontoon/Jetty – The property has its own private pontoon or jetty
  • Golf Course Frontage – The property fronts directly onto a golf course

Property Terrain Details
  • High Side of Street – When looking at the property from the street, is the property on the high side or low side of the street?
  • Flat or Sloping – Is the property flat or sloping? If it is sloping, is it a gentle or steep slope?
    • Flat
    • Gentle Slope
    • Steep Slope
  • Flood Effected – Is the property marked as flood effected in council records?

Utilities
  • Phone Line
  • Broadband Internet
  • Normal Power Connection – Standard single phase power
  • Three Phase Power
  • Gas Connection – Bottled or mains connected
    • Gas Connection Type
      • Bottled
      • Direct Connection – Mains connection
  • Town Water
  • Town Sewerage

Townhouse – Estimation/Renovation

Bedrooms
  • Number of bedrooms – Adjust the number of bedrooms with the [+] & [-] buttons
    • Built-In Robe – Wardrobe built-in to the structure of the dwelling, not a piece of movable furniture
    • Walk-In Robe – A wardrobe large enough to walk into
    • Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Fixtures & Fittings – Doors, handles & wardrobe fit-outs
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc

Bathrooms
  • Number of Powder Rooms – Number of powder rooms (0.5 bathrooms – typically feature only a single toilet & basin/vanity)
  • Number of Bathrooms (inc Ensuits) – Number of full Bathrooms, including ensuites
    • Combination Shower & Bathtub – bathroom has a combination shower/bath combination
    • Shower – bathroom has a shower
    • Bathtub – bathroom has a bathtub
    • Double Basin Vanity – bathroom has a double basin vanity
    • Spa Bath – bathroom has a spa-bath
    • Heated Floors – has underfloor heating installed
    • Premium Tapware
    • Floor to Ceiling Tiling – wall tiles from the floor to the ceiling around the whole room (not just wet areas)
    • Stone Top Vanity – vanity has a stone benchtop
    • Flooring
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Tiling – Tiling has been redone
      • Shower Screens – new shower screens installed
      • Bath Tub / Spa – New bath tub or spa bath installed
      • Tap Ware – New tap ware installed
      • Vanity – New vanity unit installed
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, exhaust fans, electrical sockets etc

Indoor Living Spaces
  • Living Area Flooring
    • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
    • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Living Area Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted walls & ceiling
    • Flooring – Floors have been redone
    • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
    • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Study – Study or Home Office, is a room used for paperwork, computer work or reading
    • Study Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Study Nook – has a built in study nook
  • Media Room – a home theatre/cinema room
    • Media Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Formal Dining Room – A room primarily furnished with a dining setting for more formal occasions
    • Formal Dining Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Dining Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Formal Lounge Room
    • Formal Lounge Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Lounge Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Rumpus Room
    • Rumpus Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Extra Living Areas – for example an upstairs retreat or second family room
    • Number of extra living areas
    • Extra living areas flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl

Views
  • City Views – A view of the city CBD
    • City View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the city though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window and seeing a city view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the city with no trees or buildings in the way
  • Local Urban Views
    • Local Urban View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the local urban area though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a view of the local urban area partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the local urban area
  • Hinterland Views
    • Hinterland View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the hinterland though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a hinterland view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the hinterland
  • Landmark Views – A view of a national icon, such as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge
    • Landmark View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the harbour bridge though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • River / Lake Views – Views over a river or lake
    • River / Lake View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the river or lake mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking our a window and seeing the river or lake view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the river or lake
  • Ocean / Harbour Views
    • Ocean / Harbour View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the ocean though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a bay view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the ocean
    • Distance to Ocean / Harbour – Straight line distance to the edge of the water (hint – try using the measurement tool in ‘Google Earth’)
      • 0-100m
      • 101-250m
      • 251-500m
      • 501-1000m
      • More than 1km

Kitchen
  • Kitchen Appliances
    • Budget Appliances
    • Standard Appliances
    • Premium Appliances
  • Kitchen Tapware
    • Standard Quality Tapware
    • Premium Quality Tapware
  • Kitchen Benchtop Type
    • Laminate Benchtop
    • Stone Benchtop – include marble, granite & engineered stone
    • Timber Benchtop
    • Stainless Steel Benchtop
  • Kitchen Cabinet Type
    • Laminate Cabinets – Laminated cabinets are ussually constructed of a particle board laminated with a durable hard wearing outer finish
    • Two Pack Cabinets – Two pack cabinets are finished in a two pack epoxy and include textured, satin & gloss finishes
    • Solid Timber Cabinets – Solid timber cabinets are constructed of solid timber throughout
  • Pantry
    • Pantry Type
      • Standard Pantry
      • Walk-In Pantry
      • Butler’s Pantry – A pantry area within the kitchen to prepare food and keep messy preparation tasks out of sight from dinner guests. Ussually includes a benchtop, smaller sink and a number of other appliances
  • Kitchen Flooring
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted Walls / Ceilings
    • Flooring
    • Cabinetry & Bench Top
    • Appliances – dishwasher, oven, stovetop etc
    • Window Coverings
    • Electrical Fittings

Garage & Car Spaces
  • Number of Car Spaces – Total number of actual/designated car spaces (could be 1 garage & 1 carport)
  • Garage – The property has a private garage
    • Number of Garage Spaces
    • Remote Garage Door
    • Garage Door Type
      • Sectional Panel Door
      • Roller Shutter
      • Tilt-Up Door
  • Garage Flooring
    • Concrete
    • Painted Concrete
    • Tiled
    • Timber Flooring
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Garage Door
    • Flooring
    • Painted Walls & Ceiling
  • Carport – A private covered but not enclosed car space
    • Number of Carport Spaces
  • Uncovered Car Space – Designated uncovered car space (for example: a trailer parking spot around the side of the house as an extension of the drive way) Please note: The driveway should not be considered as a designated car space.
    • Number of Uncovered Car Spaces

Miscellaneous
  • Air Conditioning
    • Ducted Air Conditioning
    • Number of Split Systems
  • Ceiling Fans
    • Number of Ceiling Fans
  • Fire Place – Gas or wood burning, built-in fire place
    • Number of Built-In Fire Places
  • Smart Home System – An integrated system for control and monitoring of features throughout the dwelling such as lighting, temperature, media control, security monitoring & access
  • Wet Bar – A wet bar is a small bar usually used for mixing alcoholic beverages, which differs from a regular bar in that it includes a sink with running water
  • Wine Cellar – A below ground or climate controlled, enclosed area – suitable for wine storage
  • Lockable Storage Area

Eco-Friendly
  • Solar Panels
  • Rain Water Tank
  • Insulated Ceilings
  • Insulated Walls

Structure Details
  • Architecturally Designed – Architecturally designed dwellings will generally have a better solar orientation (ie: a northern aspect), access to favourable breezes, be more interesting to look at take advantage of any views and be more energy efficient as they are designed for their specific location and climate.
  • High Ceilings – Ceilings of 2.7m and higher
  • Porte-Cochere – A porte-cochere, coach gate or carriage porche is a porche like structure at a main or secondary entrance to a building which a vehicle cna pass in order for the occupants to alight under cover, protected from the weather.
  • Is it a Duplex – A house structure, split into two seperate dwellings with a shared wall.
  • Construction Type – External construction material
    • Brick Veneer
    • Full Brick
    • Weatherboard
    • Weatherboard/Brick Veneer
    • Corrugated Iron
    • Hebel
  • Frame Type
    • Timber Frame
    • Steel Frame
  • Roof Type
  • Exterior Freshly Painted – Recently painted the exterior of the dwelling (ie: walls, window & door frames, doors & eaves)
  • Recent Roof Restoration – Roof professionally cleaned & resprayed or new roof tiles/sheeting installed
  • Approx Building Age
  • Asbestos – Asbestos sheeting or roofing used in the construction of the dwelling

Security
  • Security Screens – Security screens fitted to doors/windows
  • Remote Gate – External remote access gate (for example a remote controlled driveway gate)
  • Intercom System – An intercom system for two-way communication with the entry gate
  • Alarm System – Alarm system installed within the property featureing door and window sensors or motion sensors

Outdoor Living
  • Balcony
    • Balcony Size (m2)
  • Private Garden Area
    • Private Garden Area Size (m2)
    • Alfresco
      • Alfresco Size
      • Alfresco Flooring
    • Covered Patio
      • Covered Patio Size (m2)
      • Covered Patio Flooring
        • Timber Decking
        • Ceramic Tiles
        • Terracotta Tiles
        • Concrete
        • Stamped Concrete
        • Exposed Aggregate Concrete
        • Paved
        • Sandstone
        • Slate Stone

Property Terrain Details
  • High Side of Street – When looking at the property from the street, is the property on the high side or low side of the street?
  • Flat or Sloping – Is the property flat or sloping? If it is sloping, is it a gentle or steep slope?
    • Flat
    • Gentle Slope
    • Steep Slope
  • Flood Effected – Is the property marked as flood effected in council records?

Utilities
  • Phone Line
  • Broadband Internet
  • Normal Power Connection – Standard single phase power
  • Three Phase Power
  • Gas Connection – Bottled or mains connected
    • Gas Connection Type
      • Bottled
      • Direct Connection – Mains connection
  • Town Water
  • Town Sewerage

Land – Estimation

Views
  • City Views – A view of the city CBD
    • City View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the city though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window and seeing a city view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the city with no trees or buildings in the way
  • Local Urban Views
    • Local Urban View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the local urban area though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a view of the local urban area partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the local urban area
  • Hinterland Views
    • Hinterland View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the hinterland though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a hinterland view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the hinterland
  • Landmark Views – A view of a national icon, such as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge
    • Landmark View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the harbour bridge though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • River / Lake Views – Views over a river or lake
    • River / Lake View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the river or lake mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking our a window and seeing the river or lake view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the river or lake
  • Ocean / Harbour Views
    • Ocean / Harbour View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the ocean though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a bay view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the ocean
    • Distance to Ocean / Harbour – Straight line distance to the edge of the water (hint – try using the measurement tool in ‘Google Earth’)
      • 0-100m
      • 101-250m
      • 251-500m
      • 501-1000m
      • More than 1km

Zoning, Access & Frontage
  • Propety Zoning
    • Standard Residential – Standard house
    • Low/Medium Density – Suitable for development of townhouses
    • Medium Density – Suitable for development of 5-7 story apartment building
    • High Density – Suitable for development of a high rise building
    • Acreage
  • Front Road Access – Standard front road access
  • Side Road Access – Road access from the side of the property
  • Rear Road Access – Road access through a rear gate
  • Battle Axe Block – A battle-axe block is a block of land behind another, typically with access from the street through a narrow driveway down the side of a block in front
  • Water Frontage – The property fronts onto water such as a lake, river, bay or the ocean
    • Type of Water Frontage
      • Canal
      • River
      • Lake
      • Ocean/Harbour
    • Length of Frontage (m) – Length of the property along the water frontage (m)
    • Pontoon/Jetty – The property has its own private pontoon or jetty
  • Golf Course Frontage – The property fronts directly onto a golf course

Property Terrain Details
  • High Side of Street – When looking at the property from the street, is the property on the high side or low side of the street?
  • Flat or Sloping – Is the property flat or sloping? If it is sloping, is it a gentle or steep slope?
    • Flat
    • Gentle Slope
    • Steep Slope
  • Flood Effected – Is the property marked as flood effected in council records?

Utilities
  • Phone Line
  • Broadband Internet
  • Normal Power Connection – Standard single phase power
  • Three Phase Power
  • Gas Connection – Bottled or mains connected
    • Gas Connection Type
      • Bottled
      • Direct Connection – Mains connection
  • Town Water
  • Town Sewerage

Apartments – Estimation/Renovation

Bedrooms
  • Number of bedrooms – Adjust the number of bedrooms with the [+] & [-] buttons
    • Built-In Robe – Wardrobe built-in to the structure of the dwelling, not a piece of movable furniture
    • Walk-In Robe – A wardrobe large enough to walk into
    • Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Fixtures & Fittings – Doors, handles & wardrobe fit-outs
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc

Bathrooms
  • Number of Powder Rooms – Number of powder rooms (0.5 bathrooms – typically feature only a single toilet & basin/vanity)
  • Number of Bathrooms (inc Ensuits) – Number of full Bathrooms, including ensuites
    • Combination Shower & Bathtub – bathroom has a combination shower/bath combination
    • Shower – bathroom has a shower
    • Bathtub – bathroom has a bathtub
    • Double Basin Vanity – bathroom has a double basin vanity
    • Spa Bath – bathroom has a spa-bath
    • Heated Floors – has underfloor heating installed
    • Premium Tapware
    • Floor to Ceiling Tiling – wall tiles from the floor to the ceiling around the whole room (not just wet areas)
    • Stone Top Vanity – vanity has a stone benchtop
    • Flooring
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Tiling – Tiling has been redone
      • Shower Screens – new shower screens installed
      • Bath Tub / Spa – New bath tub or spa bath installed
      • Tap Ware – New tap ware installed
      • Vanity – New vanity unit installed
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, exhaust fans, electrical sockets etc

Indoor Living Spaces
  • Living Area Flooring
    • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
    • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Living Area Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted walls & ceiling
    • Flooring – Floors have been redone
    • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
    • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Study – Study or Home Office, is a room used for paperwork, computer work or reading
    • Study Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Study Nook – has a built in study nook
  • Media Room – a home theatre/cinema room
    • Media Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Formal Dining Room – A room primarily furnished with a dining setting for more formal occasions
    • Formal Dining Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Dining Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Formal Lounge Room
    • Formal Lounge Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Lounge Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Rumpus Room
    • Rumpus Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Extra Living Areas – for example an upstairs retreat or second family room
    • Number of extra living areas
    • Extra living areas flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl

Views
  • City Views – A view of the city CBD
    • City View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the city though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window and seeing a city view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the city with no trees or buildings in the way
  • Local Urban Views
    • Local Urban View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the local urban area though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a view of the local urban area partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the local urban area
  • Hinterland Views
    • Hinterland View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the hinterland though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a hinterland view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the hinterland
  • Landmark Views – A view of a national icon, such as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge
    • Landmark View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the harbour bridge though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • River / Lake Views – Views over a river or lake
    • River / Lake View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the river or lake mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking our a window and seeing the river or lake view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the river or lake
  • Ocean / Harbour Views
    • Ocean / Harbour View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the ocean though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a bay view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the ocean
    • Distance to Ocean / Harbour – Straight line distance to the edge of the water (hint – try using the measurement tool in ‘Google Earth’)
      • 0-100m
      • 101-250m
      • 251-500m
      • 501-1000m
      • More than 1km

Kitchen
  • Kitchen Appliances
    • Budget Appliances
    • Standard Appliances
    • Premium Appliances
  • Kitchen Tapware
    • Standard Quality Tapware
    • Premium Quality Tapware
  • Kitchen Benchtop Type
    • Laminate Benchtop
    • Stone Benchtop – include marble, granite & engineered stone
    • Timber Benchtop
    • Stainless Steel Benchtop
  • Kitchen Cabinet Type
    • Laminate Cabinets – Laminated cabinets are ussually constructed of a particle board laminated with a durable hard wearing outer finish
    • Two Pack Cabinets – Two pack cabinets are finished in a two pack epoxy and include textured, satin & gloss finishes
    • Solid Timber Cabinets – Solid timber cabinets are constructed of solid timber throughout
  • Pantry
    • Pantry Type
      • Standard Pantry
      • Walk-In Pantry
      • Butler’s Pantry – A pantry area within the kitchen to prepare food and keep messy preparation tasks out of sight from dinner guests. Ussually includes a benchtop, smaller sink and a number of other appliances
  • Kitchen Flooring
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted Walls / Ceilings
    • Flooring
    • Cabinetry & Bench Top
    • Appliances – dishwasher, oven, stovetop etc
    • Window Coverings
    • Electrical Fittings

Garage & Car Spaces
  • Number of Car Spaces – Total number of actual/designated car spaces (could be 1 garage & 1 carport)
  • Garage – The property has a private garage
    • Number of Garage Spaces
    • Remote Garage Door
    • Garage Door Type
      • Sectional Panel Door
      • Roller Shutter
      • Tilt-Up Door
  • Garage Flooring
    • Concrete
    • Painted Concrete
    • Tiled
    • Timber Flooring
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Garage Door
    • Flooring
    • Painted Walls & Ceiling
  • Carport – A private covered but not enclosed car space
    • Number of Carport Spaces
  • Uncovered Car Space – Designated uncovered car space (for example: a trailer parking spot around the side of the house as an extension of the drive way) Please note: The driveway should not be considered as a designated car space.
    • Number of Uncovered Car Spaces

Miscellaneous
  • Air Conditioning
    • Ducted Air Conditioning
    • Number of Split Systems
  • Ceiling Fans
    • Number of Ceiling Fans
  • Fire Place – Gas or wood burning, built-in fire place
    • Number of Built-In Fire Places
  • Smart Home System – An integrated system for control and monitoring of features throughout the dwelling such as lighting, temperature, media control, security monitoring & access
  • Wet Bar – A wet bar is a small bar usually used for mixing alcoholic beverages, which differs from a regular bar in that it includes a sink with running water
  • Wine Cellar – A below ground or climate controlled, enclosed area – suitable for wine storage
  • Lockable Storage Area

Eco-Friendly
  • Solar Panels
  • Rain Water Tank
  • Insulated Ceilings
  • Insulated Walls

Structural Details
  • High Ceilings
  • Private Roof Top Terrace
  • Lift
  • Levels Above Ground
  • Approx Building Age

Security
  • Security Screens – Security screens fitted to doors/windows
  • Remote Gate – External remote access gate (for example a remote controlled driveway gate)
  • Intercom System – An intercom system for two-way communication with the entry gate
  • Alarm System – Alarm system installed within the property featureing door and window sensors or motion sensors

Outdoor Living
  • Balcony
    • Balcony Size (m2)
  • Private Garden Area
    • Private Garden Area Size (m2)
    • Alfresco
      • Alfresco Size
      • Alfresco Flooring
    • Covered Patio
      • Covered Patio Size (m2)
      • Covered Patio Flooring
        • Timber Decking
        • Ceramic Tiles
        • Terracotta Tiles
        • Concrete
        • Stamped Concrete
        • Exposed Aggregate Concrete
        • Paved
        • Sandstone
        • Slate Stone

Common Area
  • Swimming Pool – Swimming pool within the complex for residents use
  • Tennis Court – Tennis court within the complex for residents use
  • Picnic/BBQ Area – An outdoor picnic area within the complex often featuring picnic tables and a BBQ for use by residents
  • Gym – A gym within the complex, often contain an assortment of exercise equipment
  • Sauna
  • Function Room – A general function room within the complex, available to book for a party or large gathering

Unit – Estimation/Renovation

Bedrooms
  • Number of bedrooms – Adjust the number of bedrooms with the [+] & [-] buttons
    • Built-In Robe – Wardrobe built-in to the structure of the dwelling, not a piece of movable furniture
    • Walk-In Robe – A wardrobe large enough to walk into
    • Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Fixtures & Fittings – Doors, handles & wardrobe fit-outs
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc

Bathrooms
  • Number of Powder Rooms – Number of powder rooms (0.5 bathrooms – typically feature only a single toilet & basin/vanity)
  • Number of Bathrooms (inc Ensuits) – Number of full Bathrooms, including ensuites
    • Combination Shower & Bathtub – bathroom has a combination shower/bath combination
    • Shower – bathroom has a shower
    • Bathtub – bathroom has a bathtub
    • Double Basin Vanity – bathroom has a double basin vanity
    • Spa Bath – bathroom has a spa-bath
    • Heated Floors – has underfloor heating installed
    • Premium Tapware
    • Floor to Ceiling Tiling – wall tiles from the floor to the ceiling around the whole room (not just wet areas)
    • Stone Top Vanity – vanity has a stone benchtop
    • Flooring
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Tiling – Tiling has been redone
      • Shower Screens – new shower screens installed
      • Bath Tub / Spa – New bath tub or spa bath installed
      • Tap Ware – New tap ware installed
      • Vanity – New vanity unit installed
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, exhaust fans, electrical sockets etc

Indoor Living Spaces
  • Living Area Flooring
    • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
    • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Living Area Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted walls & ceiling
    • Flooring – Floors have been redone
    • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
    • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Study – Study or Home Office, is a room used for paperwork, computer work or reading
    • Study Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Study Nook – has a built in study nook
  • Media Room – a home theatre/cinema room
    • Media Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Formal Dining Room – A room primarily furnished with a dining setting for more formal occasions
    • Formal Dining Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Dining Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Formal Lounge Room
    • Formal Lounge Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
    • Formal Lounge Room Recently Renovated – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
      • Painted walls & ceiling
      • Flooring – Floors have been redone
      • Window Coverings – Vertical blinds, venetians, roman blinds, curtains etc
      • Electrical Fittings – Light fittings, electrical sockets etc
  • Rumpus Room
    • Rumpus Room Flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Extra Living Areas – for example an upstairs retreat or second family room
    • Number of extra living areas
    • Extra living areas flooring
      • Carpet Standard – Standard average quality carpet
      • Carpet Premium – Premium quality carpet
      • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
      • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
      • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
      • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
      • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
      • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl

Views
  • City Views – A view of the city CBD
    • City View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the city though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window and seeing a city view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the city with no trees or buildings in the way
  • Local Urban Views
    • Local Urban View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the local urban area though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a view of the local urban area partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the local urban area
  • Hinterland Views
    • Hinterland View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the hinterland though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out a window to see a hinterland view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the hinterland
  • Landmark Views – A view of a national icon, such as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge
    • Landmark View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the harbour bridge though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • River / Lake Views – Views over a river or lake
    • River / Lake View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the river or lake mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking our a window and seeing the river or lake view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the river or lake
  • Ocean / Harbour Views
    • Ocean / Harbour View Type
      • Glimpse – A view of the ocean though mostly obscured by trees or buildings
      • Partial View – Looking out the window and seeing a bay view partially blocked by trees or an adjacent building
      • Full View – An uninterrupted view of the ocean
    • Distance to Ocean / Harbour – Straight line distance to the edge of the water (hint – try using the measurement tool in ‘Google Earth’)
      • 0-100m
      • 101-250m
      • 251-500m
      • 501-1000m
      • More than 1km

Kitchen
  • Kitchen Appliances
    • Budget Appliances
    • Standard Appliances
    • Premium Appliances
  • Kitchen Tapware
    • Standard Quality Tapware
    • Premium Quality Tapware
  • Kitchen Benchtop Type
    • Laminate Benchtop
    • Stone Benchtop – include marble, granite & engineered stone
    • Timber Benchtop
    • Stainless Steel Benchtop
  • Kitchen Cabinet Type
    • Laminate Cabinets – Laminated cabinets are ussually constructed of a particle board laminated with a durable hard wearing outer finish
    • Two Pack Cabinets – Two pack cabinets are finished in a two pack epoxy and include textured, satin & gloss finishes
    • Solid Timber Cabinets – Solid timber cabinets are constructed of solid timber throughout
  • Pantry
    • Pantry Type
      • Standard Pantry
      • Walk-In Pantry
      • Butler’s Pantry – A pantry area within the kitchen to prepare food and keep messy preparation tasks out of sight from dinner guests. Ussually includes a benchtop, smaller sink and a number of other appliances
  • Kitchen Flooring
    • Ceramic Tiles – Flooring tiled with ceramic tiles
    • Porcelain Tiles – Flooring tiled with porcelain tiles
    • Polished Timber – Polished timber hardwood floors
    • Stone – Marble or granite floor, mostly tiled but sometimes natural formations
    • Terracotta Tiles – Flooring tiled with terracotta tiles
    • Vinyl Flooring – Flooring finished in vinyl
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Painted Walls / Ceilings
    • Flooring
    • Cabinetry & Bench Top
    • Appliances – dishwasher, oven, stovetop etc
    • Window Coverings
    • Electrical Fittings

Garage & Car Spaces
  • Number of Car Spaces – Total number of actual/designated car spaces (could be 1 garage & 1 carport)
  • Garage – The property has a private garage
    • Number of Garage Spaces
    • Remote Garage Door
    • Garage Door Type
      • Sectional Panel Door
      • Roller Shutter
      • Tilt-Up Door
  • Garage Flooring
    • Concrete
    • Painted Concrete
    • Tiled
    • Timber Flooring
  • Recent Renovations – Renovations completed within the last 5 years
    • Garage Door
    • Flooring
    • Painted Walls & Ceiling
  • Carport – A private covered but not enclosed car space
    • Number of Carport Spaces
  • Uncovered Car Space – Designated uncovered car space (for example: a trailer parking spot around the side of the house as an extension of the drive way) Please note: The driveway should not be considered as a designated car space.
    • Number of Uncovered Car Spaces

Miscellaneous
  • Air Conditioning
    • Ducted Air Conditioning
    • Number of Split Systems
  • Ceiling Fans
    • Number of Ceiling Fans
  • Fire Place – Gas or wood burning, built-in fire place
    • Number of Built-In Fire Places
  • Smart Home System – An integrated system for control and monitoring of features throughout the dwelling such as lighting, temperature, media control, security monitoring & access
  • Wet Bar – A wet bar is a small bar usually used for mixing alcoholic beverages, which differs from a regular bar in that it includes a sink with running water
  • Wine Cellar – A below ground or climate controlled, enclosed area – suitable for wine storage
  • Lockable Storage Area

Structural Details
  • High Ceilings
  • Private Roof Top Terrace
  • Lift
  • Levels Above Ground
  • Approx Building Age

Outdoor Living
  • Balcony
    • Balcony Size (m2)
  • Private Garden Area
    • Private Garden Area Size (m2)
    • Alfresco
      • Alfresco Size
      • Alfresco Flooring
    • Covered Patio
      • Covered Patio Size (m2)
      • Covered Patio Flooring
        • Timber Decking
        • Ceramic Tiles
        • Terracotta Tiles
        • Concrete
        • Stamped Concrete
        • Exposed Aggregate Concrete
        • Paved
        • Sandstone
        • Slate Stone

Common Area
  • Swimming Pool – Swimming pool within the complex for residents use
  • Tennis Court – Tennis court within the complex for residents use
  • Picnic/BBQ Area – An outdoor picnic area within the complex often featuring picnic tables and a BBQ for use by residents
  • Gym – A gym within the complex, often contain an assortment of exercise equipment
  • Sauna
  • Function Room – A general function room within the complex, available to book for a party or large gathering

 

 

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