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Eva Schafroth

I love the warm feeling of this house - and that triangular window!

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liz

Well thought out renovation and as mentioned the new is not jarringly different from the old. I like the look of the servery window from the kitchen to the deck, but how practical and how often would this get used, considering flies, mossies and other bugs which make a habit of gate crashing any outdoor activity in Australia.

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Kim Oh

A rare home that I could actually see myself living in. So warm and dynamic and playful but also considerate of a low carbon footprint.

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