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The White House II






Some of you may remember the white house 'Kalua' I blogged about back in July last year. Long story short...since then, coincidentally the P & O Art Deco home came on the market, my sister and brother in-law fell in love with it, (I reminded them that I spotted it first), and they then managed to snap it up (lucky, lucky). It was with delight today that my sister had the new keys and got to take me behind the gates to see it up close. It. is. beautiful. What surprised me the most was the size of the gorgeous back yard. There are already plans in the works to make some updates (carefully and in-keeping, as it's heritage listed), so i'll make sure to share pictures with you when it's all completed. Until then, my hand is up for house sitting duties.

12 comments:

  1. oh how gorgeous, and how exciting! I just missed out on a gorgeous art deco upstairs apartment. devastated!!! can't wait to see more pics x

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  2. How wonderful! I'm sure it will be the perfect home for your sisters family :)

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  3. Oh wow, how great is that, I remember falling in love with the house in your previous post ... Can't wait to see more !!!

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  4. Oh WOW! Lucky you and your family.

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  5. Divine! can't wait to see what they do with the inside.... We looked at a massive art deco house in Wentworth Falls,..complete with deco pool and a yard filled with palm trees,....unfortunately it was filled with asbestos, so we had to pass. pity,....it was so pretty. pj xx

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  6. Oh wow, it looks divine and reminds me of a home a styled once in Roseville. Just gorgeous!

    Angela x

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  7. I too have lusted after this house for years and others in the area. I hope you sister and her family enjoy it. It is beautiful! Can't wait to see what the do with it.. even if I am a little envious!!

    Sally

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  8. Isn't that the most incredible of coincidences?? That the house had your heart from afar and now you can truly enjoy it. Amazing story and what a house! And we can get to know it too!

    Hey if you ever need to shoot in a small original harry seidler beach shack you might like this:

    http://jazzytwoshoes.blogspot.com/2010/12/images-from-weekend_13.html?showComment=1292239295854#c631857239496506071

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  9. I remember that post well! I can't believe it's now belongs to your sister. If you can't have it, at least it's "in the family" ;) Can't wait to see more of it...I hope.
    Have a good day Briar!

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  10. Bra! This is amazing, who on earth bought it!?

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  11. Now that is one fabulous house!! Congratulations to your sister and her family - I'm going to enjoy watching this house journey.

    Keren
    xx

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