Stalking a 1960s beach house

Posted on Thu, 3 Nov 2016 by midcenturyjo

Dear readers please lend me a squillion dollars so I can buy this Pearl Beach house designed in 1963 by architect Brian Mazlin, with restoration and interior design by TFAD in 2010. It takes me back to a simpler time, when beach houses sat nestled in bush surrounds, a glimpse of sea and the sound of crashing waves all the decoration you really needed. Simple, honest, practical and probably way too expensive for me because of its exclusive enclave position on Sydney’s northern beaches. Other than that it’s just too perfect. For sale via Modern House.

If i could i will, couse that is just beautiful! love the architecture 🙂

Have a lovely day.

d of dogland says:

Beautiful! I love the way the house is nestled into that gorgeous site. I think a few skylights would be nice and some tweaks to the kitchen. The current owners must not cook much.

ombia says:

I love that architecture!

Cussot says:

Oh my goodness, let's ALL live there.

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