What was one, becomes two The home will come with a three car side-by-side garage with car charging points.Mr Gray said there would be some stylish inclusions such as aged brass tapware, as well as some new design elements.“We have some curves happening, which is definitely on trend at the moment and we’re bringing that mosaic tile that is over the pool, inside,” he said. UNVEILED: 3D renders of Graya Construction’s next project at 71 Thomas St, Auchenflower.Brisbane-based Graya Constructions provided HOME with an exclusive look at their upcoming project in Auchenflower, which will hit the market next year. The design includes the use of curves, which are on trend.“A major part of this house is its floorplan, which is set up perfectly for a family with three to four kids.”The home will come with a three car side-by-side garage with car charging points. Graya Constructions revealed plans for 71 Thomas St, due for completion in the fourth quarter of 2019.“It’s near Rosalie Village, it’s a very sought-after street, it’s got all the good numbers in Auchenflower,” Mr Gray said.“We’ve wanted to do something in Auchenflower for a long time, so now is the time.”Mr Gray said the existing home would be incorporated into the redesign and would be raised and moved to the left to make room for a new extension. Joe Adsett Architects director Joe Adsett, who designed the home, said the biggest challenge was the odd shape of the block, which were generally found in older suburbs like Auchenflower. MORE: >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Graya Constructions director Rob Gray revealed plans for 71 Thomas St, due for completion in the fourth quarter of 2019 and said it would be all about “location”. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours agoThe biggest challenge was the odd shape of the block, which were generally found in older suburbs like Auchenflower.“It’s a real challenge because whenever you get these strange blocks they’re really hard to design, but the outcome is usually really awesome,” he said.“It’s a unique site because it’s so wide and we’ve generally responded to it by keeping the Queenslander on one side and having a clear separation on the entry and separating the new extension.“Because it’s such a wide block, we’ve wrapped the living area downstairs all along the back of the block, opening up to the backyard and you get this unusually wide length of living space.” RELATED: The Jetsons’ house of tomorrow, here today Fraser Coast home takes top gong Mr Gray said it would take more than 100 tradespeople about 10 months to complete the project.According to CoreLogic, the existing six-bedroom, five-bathroom Queenslander home on 528sq m was purchased in March for $1.2 million.