Not a kennel. No it appears that this Paddington, Sydney house is the inner city pad of a very cool and very fluffy dog about town. Very cute! Both the terrace house and the dude in the fur coat and dark glasses. Talk about a ham! Link here while it lasts.
Not my ordinary stalking today. I was drawn in a little further than usual. I found this striking black house in the Melbourne suburb of Armadale. Yes nice. Usual real estate pics. I like this house. Oh a video. Click and… wow…. I want this house. I’m hooked. I need this house. Oh it’s own website. More pics. Just icing on the cake. Now I want to go to an open house in a city at the other end of the country and nose around someone else’s house and pretend it’s mine. If I had the money I would be so tempted to buy. Good house but great campaign Marshall White! The link to the listing is here. The house’s website is here.
There is a tease, a peek at what lies behind the old brick walls. Modern metal lines cut across the void left between old buildings hinting at the warehouse conversion inside. The drama all happens at the back where the upper level living areas open wide to the sky and neighbouring industrial brick walls. Inner city living in the past and into the future in Fitzroy, Melbourne. Link here while it lasts.
Mix me a martini while I kick off my kitten heels. Bossa nova on the turntable and Bitossi on the shelves. Fabulous for more than 50 years this midcentury dame just needs her make up tidied up, her do back teased and she’ll be a smoldering all over again. The North Caulfield, Melbourne house I mean. Not me. Sold hopefully to someone who loves the house not just a developer who wants the block. Link here while it lasts.
Rainy day, a lull between customers, the shop is momentarily empty, quick online real estate stalking, oops hop off the computer, say hello to new customer as they walk in. That will teach me. (Hi Megan nice to meet you today!) Found this warehouse in Fitzroy, Melbourne. Just about my favourite suburb in my favourite Australian city. Even better this conversion is actually two homes. You bet I’m taking the ground floor one with the courtyard, the trusses and the cool brick. But you can come visit and stay in the other one. I better stop stalking and get back to work. Link here while it lasts.