Perfect Family Dream - Mt Eden Border | Trade Me Property

Cream exterior with grey/blue detailing on the veranda and door.

Hedge, verandah #Australian

Colonial Australian farmhouse - french doors onto verandah.

I am partial to a nice queenslander, especially if they have a breezeway!

Victorian Traditional - Harkaway Homes - Classic Victorian and Early Federation Verandah homes

Padthaway Estate, Limestone Coast, South Australia. My old dream home, before…

australian colonial homes

Photos of some of the different types of Australian architectural styles from city apartments to suburban houses to country cottages and rural homesteads...

Architecture and design: Australian architecture - Part 2

Victorian Traditional - Harkaway Homes - Classic Victorian and Early Federation Verandah homes

australian colonial homes - Google Search

australian colonial homes

Australian style stone house

Pretty much everything I want for the exterior of my dream home - wrap around verandah✔️ roof top windows✔️stone walls✔️French doors✔️

Country Australian Colonial - wide verandahs, doors leading direct to the verandahs, simple lines

love this top roof with verandah coming from underneath. I would like to see how this is done on a 2 storey house

Australian architecture - Victorian Federation housing

Architecture and design: Australian architecture - Part 1

spacious renovated victorian house in South Yarra, a suburb in Melbourne, Australia.

Australian living

Trelawney Farm is an award winning country getaway in central west NSW - and is the perfect rural retreat for a weekend away with friends or family.

Lexington Homestead, Moyston (220km W of Melbourne). The run was taken up by Horatio Wills in 1839-40; in c1851 he built the large brick homestead with its encircling verandas and grand views to the Grampians. When gold was found in 1852, the station hands left to seek their fortunes and Horatio had to sell after only two years in the new house. He was later killed by Aborigines; his son Tom, who survived the attack, was a famous cricketer and went on to 'invent' Australian Rules Football.

Lexington Homestead, Moyston (220km W of Melbourne). The run was taken up by Horatio Wills in 1839-40; in c1851 he built the large brick homestead with its encircling verandas and grand views to the Grampians. When gold was found in 1852, the station hands left to seek their fortunes and Horatio had to sell after only two years in the new house. He was later killed by Aborigines; his son Tom, who survived the attack, was a famous cricketer and went on to 'invent' Australian Rules Football.

Dunmore House, Maitland, NSW, was built using convict labour between 1830-33.

Push for historic Dunmore house to be heritage listed

Como House - Boasting one of Melbourne’s finest gardens and an impressive collection of antique furniture, this inspiring historic mansion provides a glimpse into the privileged lifestyle of its former owners, one of Australia’s wealthiest pioneer families. Now 160 years old, Como reveals the life and times of Melbourne aristocracy and offers an insight to the transformation of the city through the Gold Rush, a Depression and two World Wars.

Como House and Garden

Marnie Hawson, Melbourne interior photographer for Country Style magazine

An Australian Country Style Home - Beautiful House

victorian lace balcony - Melbourne

Fountain Terrace in St Kilda, is a recently restored Italianate styled villa which now operates as a boutique hotel. It was completed during the 'boom era' in 1880 and features its original cast iron verandah and beautiful palisade fence.

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