76 Simpsons Rd, Currumbin Waters.The family removed walls to create open-plan living and lounge areas, installed new floors, kitchens and bathrooms. What they created was a beautiful mix of white and wood with a coastal meets Hamptons vibe. Among the renovations was the transformation of an enclosed attic on the fourth level that was once only accessible via a ladder. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“We converted the top level into a loft and put a spiral staircase going up to it,” Mr Srour said. “It’s now a nice escape up there.” 76 Simpsons Rd, Currumbin Waters.The bottom level now doubles as a self-contained residence with two bedrooms, a kitchenette and bathroom.Mr Srour said he enjoyed the renovation process and was excited to do it again.“I love the design aspect and getting something that looks like it isn’t worth anything and turning it into something else,” he said. McGrath Palm Beach agents Andy Hogarth and Billy Jaz are marketing the property.It’s going to auction tomorrow at 9.45am on site. 76 Simpsons Rd, Currumbin Waters. 76 Simpsons Rd, Currumbin Waters.A-FRAME and Hamptons don’t usually go together but this Currumbin Waters house is proof you can mix the two.Isaac Srour and his family bought the property – a “tired A-frame house” – in 2008 and knew they could create something special.A builder by trade who owns KTS Building, Mr Srour said he could see plenty of potential in the four-level residence.“I knew what I wanted to do straight away but at first we just did enough to basically live in it and be comfortable,” he said. “When we knew we wanted to downsize we did the full renovation so that it made sense to a potential buyer and not just us.” 76 Simpsons Rd, Currumbin Waters. 76 Simpsons Rd, Currumbin Waters.