I love stalking. I love it when other people stalk too. I also love showing how people in my part of the world live. Double win today then. Gem from Brisbane sent me a link to this post-war weatherboard and tile home. This type of house is a common sight in my neck of the woods. Built in the 50s and 60s they dot the streets around me and are often the first home choice of many young couples (or were before the housing market went stratospheric here). Today’s home is in a very good suburb surrounded by lovely homes and just a stone’s throw from the university which is real estate speak for big price tag for little home. Very nice little home though. Plenty of cute ideas for those just starting out. Link here while it lasts.
P.S. You must visit Gem’s blog Bella Vizsla if you want to see the most photogenic pooch around!
So beautiful and homey and relaxing. Thanks!
gorgeous home – the views of the forest right outside the windows are breathtaking.
I love this home!!
i have no idea as to how i came across ur blog.luv……………ur posts.true to the name of ur blog u inspire
If I was building my dream home I would totally copy that kitchen! Love.
Oh my gosh… I totally LOVE everything about this house! Inside, outside, bedrooms, office, yard, bathrooms… Whose house is this?!?!?!?!? Absolutely amazing house! Thanks for sharing!
trop jolie cette maison …… et bien voilà j'ai trouvé la maison de mes reves trop belle mais le prix doit etre beau aussi lol mdr
mais tant pis j'adore merci pour ce plaisir des yeux on peut toujours rever non????? à bientot bonne journée
je ne parle ni n'écris l'anglais alors excusez moi merci
Such a lovely home. By any chance you would know the wall paint colour in the first bedroom photo? I really love it and the subtle contrast it creates with the window trims 🙂
What a great mix of high and low items! Love seeing ikea used subtly.
Is this place like, in the middle of the jungle?! (Joke.) Love all that foliage! I also LOVE the kitchen. Not what I'm usually drawn to but then I pictured myself in it and a huge grin spread across my face.