Lanoma PlaceContemporary Exterior, Melbourne

Contemporary blue exterior in Melbourne with mixed siding and a flat roof. —  Houzz
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Adam Hobill : Design added this to 13 Hidden Costs Often Missing From Builders' Quotes23 Sep 2015

For example, even if a builder does include fencing in the quote, some may have only included half of what will be required. This is because in most situations you’re likely to be sharing the cost of fencing with your neighbour on a fifty/fifty basis.Other builders may include the full amount for fencing in the quote for you to pay, and then expect you to recoup the cost from your neighbours as required. Make sure you ask the question so you know exactly what you’re dealing with.

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Rebecca Gross added this to 5 Common Materials Paving Australian Driveways27 Aug 2015

Visually, a driveway adds a finishing touch to a house and can make a big impression when viewed from the street. Various materials and colours will complement certain architectural styles, and what you choose will ultimately influence the look and feel of the house, at least on the approach.

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Mink Home Staging added this to Why You Should Think of Street Appeal as Your Home's 24/7 Billboard27 Oct 2014

FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNTWhenever you are prepping an area of your home for sale, rule number one is to always start with decluttering – and the front of your home is no exception.1. Lose the eyesores Look to remove strongly personal items, scattered clutter and rubbish. The most common things that need to be removed are: garden hoses, door mats, scattered planters in old, plastic pots and kids toys/bikes (including the rusty basketball hoop).

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Steve Taylor added this to Expert Tips for Planning a Welcoming Small Front Yard28 Aug 2014

Follow the pathwayEnsure the front pathway is easy, safe and well-lit at night. Don’t throw in too many obstacles and paths that require too much concentration to negotiate. If you have levels to negotiate, make the steps comfortable and safe with good lighting for night-time use. Large landings can be a great effect to manage levels. BONUS ADVICE: Ensure the front porch/landing is also generous within the scale of the space. Many conversations are had here and they will be more comfortable if you have the space.

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