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Richmond stalking

Today's stalking post proudly brought to you by DTI reader Andrea. (Ha! Another stalking addict!)

Industrial brick facade morphs into stylish inner city oasis. Love the multi-nature of this Richmond, Victoria home. Cool, edgy warehouse, classic, at times traditional interior and a walled courtyard that belies the fact that the hustle and bustle of the city is just beyond. This is one property I'd love to see professionally styled and shot for a magazine spread. I don't think the real estate photographer does it justice. Still I'd love to live here! In my dreams. Link here while it lasts. Thanks Andrea.

Reader Comments (19)

I could Couch Surf there all season...

9 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterchristopher

can i spend justt one weekend here? just one pleaseeee? =))

9 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterasli cansiz

Not so much digging the interior but MAN that exterior is cool! The inside is a little too sleek for my liking, I'd prefer to see it with a little more of an industrial edge to it, but that's just me. What delicious textures in the brickwork and the timber.

love all the rugs and the exterior is gorgeous!

9 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterClare Pirie

OMG! I have been eyeing this house off for about 12 years....if I only I had been saving for it for 12 years.....curse me and my obsession with not saving to buy dream house!

9 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterPaula

those terrace shots are amazing!! a definite deal clincher! happy new week, jo..xx meenal

omg, This is so amazing..love the terraces but the interior design is so my style..
a little industrial but oh so chic....

The interiors fit exactly to my liking.

9 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterfajas colombianas

Everything is perfect about this home. Fawning over the outdoor living space.

10 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterlea

super confortável! demais!

10 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterArlindo Alves

I lived in Richmond once, in a crappy little falling down, painted pink, weatherboard share house. Oh but it was fun. What a location. Sadly, with inner-city Melb housing prices the way they are, I couldn't even afford that crappy little house, let alone this magnificent 1903 gem. Thank goodness dreaming is free.

10 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGiselle

I love this home, got to be on my list of dream homes!!!! Brings me right back to when I visited family in Melbourne there home had the same eclectic homely feel to it and I just loved it. Sadly cold Ireland just doen't give the same feel :)

Nice place. It's depressing to look at house listings outside of Vancouver(BC), a house like this in my city would be well over 3 million dollars.

11 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

What a lucky bunch of people who get to call this home. It is so beautiful, warm and stylish. Thanks for sharing!

12 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterthisiswhati'dwear

From the front it doesn't look anything special, but looks are obviously deceiving! What a fantastic living space and what an amazing garden to have BBQ's and social gatherings. Love it.

17 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenteruncoatedmanc

We can call it home sweet home!

18 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLarissa

very tasteful, great internal design. preservation of original mixed with modern style, excellent....

19 May 2011 | Unregistered Commenterregine, Australia

I would love a brick home, especially this one. The outdoor living space is amazing.

Nice layouts, welcoming, warm.. What more can I say?

21 May 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMartin Lewis

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