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Tuesday
May232017

Stalking old school

I'm in the Sydney suburb of Annandale stalking an old school warehouse conversion. Not one of those new-build, pseudo industrial blocks with cookie cutter "loft" apartments. No I'm stalking an artist's studio and home with suspended concrete, open ceilings and clear span space. There are mezzanine floors, plywood walls, a glass tilt door and walls crammed with amazing art. It's a bit gritty, a bit grubby and it's fabulous. Please Mr Bank Manager can you lend me the outrageous asking price of $3.5 million? Link here while it lasts.

(P.S. Thanks to my stalking buddy Anne for the link.)

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Friday
Apr212017

Still stalking

Still stalking, still in Fitzroy. Hey I'd never leave if I had my choice. This time it's a warehouse conversion with walls of glass to take in the internal courtyard views. Perhaps a little updating is needed but the overall package is fabulous. If I can't have the bluestone worker's terrace of my earlier post then I guess I'll just have to make do with urban industrial chic. Once again the video sells this house. Link here while it lasts.

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Monday
Mar132017

The perfect warehouse

When I close my eyes and think of my perfect warehouse it looks it looks just like this one. Design firm We are Huntly's reworking of this 80s style warehouse conversion brings new life to the space with oversized, statement furniture pieces, custom joinery and standout art.

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Monday
Mar062017

Stalking in Melbourne 2

If I was stalking walking down this street in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond in real life I would stop outside this old industrial building and wonder what it was like inside. I'd probably try to surreptitiously peek through the window. Thank goodness for online real estate listings. Makes it all so much easier. Link here while it lasts.

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Tuesday
Feb212017

What? More stalking?

Stalking a warehouse down a private lane in Sydney's Waterloo. Industrial and a touch of Mediterranean. Check out the copper in the kitchen. Link here while it lasts.

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