I’m running out the door and more importantly I’m running late. No time for gushing descriptions. Just enough time for a quick six. Real estate listings that is. Click on the picture to be taken to the listing (while the link lasts). Via realestate.com
Contemporary living in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood. I was real estate
strolling scrolling when I happened upon this modern family home. The long narrow block is typical of the area but the designers have managed to not only include a pool but a studio over the garage to the rear. Think clean lines, concrete floors and blonde wood. Link here while it lasts.
I think if I win the lottery (and I’m talking a big one) I might just be able to afford this Great Mackeral Beach home by award-winning architects Casey Brown. With views across Pittwater to Lion Island, Barrenjoey Headland & the iconic Palm Beach coastline, once inside, it’s like the house is floating on water. Stumble down to the beach or just relax, drinking in that view from your modern day beach shack. Link here while it lasts.
Li and I have always had a “thing” for converted churches. If I was to buy this old Anglican church and hall listed for sale in Sydney’s Como I could move all my goods and chattels into the brick church and style up the old Sunday School hall as a guest house for when Li came to stay. The church was designed by architects Hely, Bell & Horne and originally built in 1965 before being deconsecrated and sold in 1997. I wondered why there was no street shot in the real estate listing as it is a very funky building. A quick look on Google Street View revealed a sad state of affairs in a not so picturesque streetscape but so much potential don’t you think? Link here while it lasts.
I’m still real estate strolling scrolling and I have stumbled upon this cute little gingerbread cottage but look closer and you will find it’s a new build home by Mani Architecture with a thoroughly modern interior. Thoughts? Link here while it lasts.