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    I love Victorian and Edwardian era homes.

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    Yes just like FL posted.

    Oh how i want a beautiful old house with craY gorgeous flowers and vines all over. Timber floors, picket fence and gate...

    *dreams*

    Homely and gorgeous


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    I love Georgian mansions and Aus Federation style houses.

    I also love classic 1920's cottage etc... but I love huge.

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    Federation style!

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    Definitely love timber houses with big open style living area with verandah all around and have a big outdoors area.
    Mix of QLDer and modern

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    What type of homes do you like and what features do you like about that style of home?

    For example; I love country homes. Timber homes with verandas all around, combustion fire or open fire, 12-14' ceiling. I love those big deep sinks I cant think of the style, i'll find a pic. Very homestead like and could imagine living in a home like that on a few hundred/thousand acres
    Is it a Belfast sink Lisg? Have seen a few on Escape to the Country...and Grand Designs?

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    This old home would be beautiful with a freshen up

    http://www.realestate.com.au/7511267

    Check out those high ceilings!

    I still haven't found the timber look I like yet. I also love shed style homes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    Is it a Belfast sink Lisg? Have seen a few on Escape to the Country...and Grand Designs?
    I love Escape to the country and yes that's the sink!! Thank you love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Californian Bungalows. I adore them, the lovely big 30's ones. I love the layout of them, how big and airy and bright they are. And their lovely verandahs. I want one. One day

    ETA like this one (without that carpet, LOL) http://m.domain.com.au/listing?id=2010377856
    That's what we're renovating

    I love californian bungalow, federation, queenslanders and art deco apartments I especially love!

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