I’m real estate
strolling scrolling in the inner Melbourne suburb of Richmond and what did I find? Why a contemporary four storey townhouse, slick and white with stylish furnishings and a fabulous art collection. Aging KISS portrais anyone? Link here while it lasts.
I’m real estate
strolling scrolling in the Sydney suburb of Balmain where I have found an old weatherboard cottage whose historic facade belies the modern family home inside. This may have once been a working class suburb but with time comes gentrification and ever increasing prices. Link here while it lasts.
I have this dream of one day buying a weekender in a cute country town. I’d rent it out as short-term boutique accommodation when I wasn’t there and hope to one day make it my forever home. In my mind it’s always been an old cottage, quirky, a little rustic, steeped in history … until now. Now I want this architect designed modern home that combines old-world aesthetic with a cool contemporary feel. The real estate agent calls it “winter chalet, summer cool.” I’m real estate
strolling scrolling in the wonderful Victorian country town of Daylesford. Link here while it lasts.
When drama and glamourous details are on the menu for a doctor’s second residence. Designed by Chicago’s PROjECT. This west loop pied-à-terre had to fit the profile: a spunky black-and-white escape with hard candy hits of amethyst throughout. Even 1,800 square feet can’t confine space hell bent on having a good time. The custom wall mural in the dining area holds a few subliminal personal references, but to the naked eye it’s all street grit and ka-pow. The game zone has the electric glow of a purple fluorescent light installation, making Friday night pizza taste better. A space for the kids to bunk, an ethereal master retreat, and Jennifer’s rad geometric marble flooring in the bathroom…