Still stalking but in an urban setting. Styill picky. Still finding leftovers. Not quite right, love the bones but ditch the furniture, bad photos, I need more photos please! Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". From warehouses and lofts to extensions to old houses and mansions. Even a house with a devil's tail. Strange. Very strange. Click on the photos to go to the listings. All via Domain.
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Call me fussy. Call me picky. I have a problem. (Well quite a few if truth be told.) I real estate stalk for the prefect property but rarely find it. I do find lots of leftovers. Not quite right, love the bones but ditch the furniture, bad photos, I need more photos please! Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". This week I've taken a liking to waterside property. Beachside, harbourside, water views, from shack to mansion including one of Australia's most spectacular and unusual homes in the middle of nowhere. Click on the photos to go to the listings. All via Domain.
OK I admit I'm choosy and hard to please. I've been stalking leftovers. You know. Those listings that are not quite right, have bad photos or I need more photos please! House is amazing, furniture is deplorable. Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". This week's finds include a house in the country, an eccentric but creative home and a couple of homes that I really shouldn't label "leftover". Click on the images to head to the listings. All via realestate.com.au.
Oooooh did I just type that as a post title? It's true though. A light filled, modern extension to this early 1900's house is the perfect spot for indulging in a little plant lovin'. Great family home! I'm stalking in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Kensington. Link here while it lasts.
P.S. The video shows the house off better than the pictures IMO.
I've dragged myself away from the bright and airy Redfern apartment of the last post and now I'm stalking an old St. Johns Ambulance station in Camperdown, Sydney. The stylish conversion has created a unique home with exposed brick walls and light pouring in through an internal courtyard. What is it about warehouse and loft living that just does it for me? Check out the private studio apartment/garage at the rear. Such a clever idea. Link here while it lasts.