Pitt Wood Village

Pitt Wood Village

Ashfield, NSW

Pitt Wood Village is a 16 million dollar Aged Care Facility located adjacent to an existing Presbyterian Aged Care facility in the heart of Ashfield, NSW.

The facility is centred around the heritage listed Pitt Wood House – which was originally built around 1873 as a family home, before becoming a nursing home for women, and eventually being donated to PAC by George Pitt Wood in 1942, becoming PAC’s very first Aged Care Facility.

When Gilmore Interior Design was first engaged, the Pitt Wood House had been lying empty for many years and was in a bad state of disrepair. The project saw the house being completely restored to provide day care, respite, activity rooms and offices in support of the entire PAC Ashfield aged care facility.

The resulting restoration created an elegant and calming ambience, incorporating many of the beautiful heritage features whilst providing a practical space suitable for its intended use.

Gilmore Interior Design was engaged in 2011 to provide Interior Design for the entire complex, including all finishes for the new Independent Living Units, Villas and the complete restoration of Pitt Wood House.

Completion Date

October 2015

Client

Presbyterian Aged Care (PAC)

Architects

N/A

Builders

N/A

Interior Designers

Gilmore Interior Design

Photographer

Geoff Ambler Photography

Categories

Aged Care Design

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