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Well done.
Old Queenslanders had areas below not intended to be used as habitable areas.
Eventually many were enclosed for various reasons which destroyed the designers original intentions. Sometimes causing problems for owners.

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sjbil

A great job done by Arcke.

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nancymiller48

Well done! Fab

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