12 Jul The ultimate water views + The gold-rush era kit home + What turns buyers off and more!
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Bryce Holdaway joins Kevin Turner in this week’s episode of Property News Update! Tune in as they discuss the following property stories from around the world:
- A home after a history buff’s heart. This Kensington home was assembled in the 1860s by a ship captain and is understood to be one of Melbourne’s oldest surviving homes from the gold-rush era.
- A “panda” in a home ad? An agent and a homeowner’s original and quirky take on dry and done property ads.
- Perks and quirks abound as floating San Francisco home sails into the market. Floating homes usually sell privately, so this home is one – if not the first – on the market. Listed for $1.8 million, the home is a rarity in the City by the Bay.
- Does internet fame pay off? This Detroit house broke the internet last year with its unique decorations, vintage collectibles, and two custom-built classic cars, so why is it still available on the market after a decrease in price?
- “Happy house” nominated for national design award. Lindy invites The Canberra Times into the Empire Circuit home that looks modest on the outside and magnificent on the inside.