100 K + sounds about rite.
i'm at the same thing myself in my own house, 1950's bord na mona home - and with renewable energy upgrades i'd say im at 130 K in spend on a 3 bed with a small extension.
The extension is the problem, 'aftermarket' wrong pitch on the roof, etc,
The original house was over engineer'd - and when you work everything back and modernize it - theres a load of heart ache and money in doing it, ( chasing the walls is a nightmare for whomever is wiring ) but these type of houses will stand long after anything that was thrown up in the last 20 years.
The 130 K did the following:
- Turf shed at the rear of the property - converted and fitted into an office
- Extension, re pitch the roof, shorten the windows to accomadate the new pitch ( also a few velux's and large windows to let solar gain do its thing on the south face)
- Electrical wise, lots of chasing to sink wires, although it was a termination point as opposed to a "fuse board" - still a lot of work though.
- A couple of weeks of plastering
- Insulant, bead the walls and spray foam on the inner side of the pitches of the roof, (house is too warm if you ask me!)
- 2 x stoves, one has a back boiler heating 9 rads and twin coil tank with 2 sq m of solar tubes on the roof.
- new doors x 4 downstairs, architrave,skirts , etc
- bathroom, bath, sink, toilet, tile, towel rad
- new kitchen
- tiles to 30 sq yds
-painting all external wall faces
130 k (ish spent in total )
NB - running cost for the home to heat and provide hot water, about 800 per year - euro ( including solid fuel, esb cost )
Family is 4 adults and one child that thinks he's an adult.
(teenagers, rant) !