Stalking behind blue doors

Posted on Tue, 10 Apr 2012 by midcenturyjo

I think I may have found perfection or rather my real estate stalking buddy Andrea has. A Victorian era home in Albert Park, Melbourne. All this interior design goodness hiding behind a blue door and a couple of cloud trees. Yes please! It’s for sale and I won’t be able to afford it but at least I can drool over the pictures. The first few shots are from the real estate listing (it is for sale here) and the last few are more shots from the architects’ site (O’Connor and Houle Architecture). All I can say is that the perfection would be even better if the photos were magazine worthy. Oh… wait… they will be soon. The listing says it will be in an upcoming Vogue Living. Cannot wait!

  

  

  

  

Elfya says:

This Home is so beautiful! So welcoming and real yet everything fits so well together in a very harmonious flow. What a nice post to start the day!

Love it ­čÖé

Wow! This house is absolutely fantastic! I love every single detail but there are two things in particular I can die for : the bathroom and the garden!!!
Great inspiration…thanks for sharing!
Ciao
Michela

Leni says:

What an incredible property!

Margas says:

Truly beautiful and harmonious. Love the kitchen and bathroom! I think that the real estate agents have done a far better job
with the pictures than the architects.

Glenn Verdult says:

Hello i am Glenn Verdult

I enjoy reading your articles

I am looking forward to read more..

love it! <3

Mariana says:

This is my dream home! I have always loved this street. I love the calm, beautiful, luxurious-yet-not-vulgar interiors. Heaven on a stick!!!

The house has a very poetic atmosphere from outdoor with the wrought iron details on the facade. Its interiors are very spacious and full of light, very calming. It has a unique timeless style and the garden, it is like a fresh breath. Thanks for sharing.

Mary Anne Landis says:

Who made that gorgeous shaker bench?

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