There is room for lots of outfits in this walk-in dressing room.At the time, the house was a simple post-war three-bedroom home that was perfect for renovation. “My husband did all the design and my job was to make it all look luxurious,” Mrs Summers said.“We had lived in a lot of houses before this so we made this exactly what we wanted.”The home was built up with the underneath of the house becoming an extra storey, and a pool was added in the backyard.The home was modelled to embrace the Hamptons style which is very popular across Brisbane at the moment. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market19 hours ago Why limit yourself to just a pool when you can have a sauna as well.“We feel it meshes well with the Queenslander style of home,” she said.A number of the more unique additions to the renovations include an infra-red sauna and a dressing room which Mrs Summers calls her “she shed”.“That was a later addition, it was originally a balcony but we just didn’t use it,” she said.“We wanted everywhere in the house to be a usable space.” REAL ESTATE: 49 Nicholson Street Mitchelton. Picture: realestate.com.auTHERE are a few special rooms inside 49 Nicholson Street that you are unlikely to find in many other Mitchelton homes.The Hamptons style home was a passion project for Kelly Summers and her husband Scott, who purchased the property six years ago. Inside 49 Nicholson Street.As well as a fully-equipped kitchen on the ground floor, there is a second barbecue kitchen in the outdoor dining area, complete with its own fridge and an installed barbecue.“We have had a lot of good barbecues out there,” she said. Outdoor entertaining with a fridge and a bbq.Once the house sells, the couple plan on buying another older Brisbane home and doing another complete renovation.Mrs Summers said the home would be ideal for young families, or older couples that had children or grandchildren that visit. The home is going under auction on Saturday, April 28 at 12.30pm.