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Category: Property styles

9 ways to achieve Hamptons style

Hamptons-style homes are luxurious and airy – perfect for Australia yet created half a world away on for the coastline of Long Island, New York. Their elegant, timeless embrace of natural timbers, natural light and outdoor living has made this design approach hugely popular and a high-value choice for renovators. Hamptons homes are immediately recognisable…
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6 reasons why we love 70s homes

Unique, rebellious house design was as good a reason to love the 1970s as any fondue dinner party, David Cassidy album, Farrah Fawcett hair-do, or pair of flared jeans. Architects broke away from convention in the 70s, designing homes that did not conform to a style beyond being eclectic and original. While these homes eschewed…
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Should you render your home?

Rendering is one of the most popular options to brighten the street appeal of a brick house. Over the past decade, many suburbs have had their character fundamentally changed by owners who have either rendered existing houses or rebuilt with a render finish. Render gives a home a modern appearance and is worth considering if…
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8 ways to give your home Parisian style

Classical, elegant interiors with feature pieces are the hallmark of Parisian design. Spectacular fireplaces and huge mirrors with gilt framing are two of the most striking aspects of typical Parisian interior design, but the approach is so much more. Parisian interiors mix traditional design with a chic sense of modern fashion. This freedom allows you…
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9 ways to rejuvenate an Federation home

Renovating a Federation home can be a labour of love but will add significant value to your home if it’s done authentically. Federation architecture, popular in pockets of many inner-city suburbs, dates from 1901 to 1910, the same time as federation in Australia. It aligns with the British style of architecture known as Edwardian named…
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How to spot trouble in a 1970s home

Back in their day, homes built in the 1970s were the height of sophistication and design-smarts. But now they’re coming up for 50 years old and may be showing their age. Homes from the 1970s have a lot of merits. They were overwhelmingly designed to be comfortable family homes and as such usually have open…
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7 tips to choosing an apartment

An apartment is a great option if you want a low maintenance lifestyle, improved security or want to be able to afford to live in an area that would otherwise be out of your budget. Look for: A great location Choose an apartment in a suburb where they’re a major part of an area’s housing…
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Why we love Federation homes

Federation homes are a distinct Australian style of home that are beautiful as well as valuable.

Why we love Queen Anne-style cottages

Period houses offer top-value because they are finite in number, have been built to last and have a strong sense of heritage and history.  In Adelaide, Queen Anne-style cottages, villas and bungalows enjoy strong demand. Experts say houses built before WWII are now proving to be strong investments because supply is increasingly limited as buyers…
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Why we love Queenslander homes

Period houses offer top-value because they are finite in number, have been built to last and have a strong sense of heritage and history. In Brisbane and regional areas, the wonderful Queenslander is enjoying strong demand. Experts say houses built before WWII are now proving to be strong investments because supply is increasingly limited as…
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