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Midcentury in Castlecrag

Midcentury meets contemporary. What happens when an interior designer buys a house from an architect's house, a house designed and built in 1966? She respects its past and creates an inviting and stylish modern home for her family. The architect is Ervin Mahrer and the interior designer is Tina de Salis of Tina & Louise Interiors (sorry couldn't find a website for either). Now it is for sale here. Sometimes real estate stalking induces serious, serious house envy. I'd love this Castlecrag home. It sits in a harbourside suburb of Sydney originally planned by Walter Burley Griffin surrounded by other midcentury gems. I thought I would include a picture from the original listing in 2009 (as well as a link) when Tina de Salis purchased the house just to show you the changes that have occurred. Amazing! 


Reader Comments (4)

Love this!!!

23 Aug 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJanne

Love Castle Crag! What a lovely house

23 Aug 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie Singh

Love the house...........interiors not so much, but to each their own.

23 Aug 2012 | Unregistered CommenterTyler (plastolux)

What an awesome living space!...I particularly love the orange bar stools and the dark wood ceiling beams..I want to live here!

24 Aug 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohan

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