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Beautiful Australian country house

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

EARLY colonial architecture is represented in a home built in the by Patrick Hynes. Signs of the well-known early South Australian builder's work are still evident.

Kooringal Homestead, Hawkesdale (273km W of Melbourne), is an attractive weatherboard Edwardian house in Federation style. Single-storey and asymmetrical, it has exposed rafters and a high, steep hipped roof clad in corrugated metal. A return verandah beneath the house's unbroken roofline features paired, square timber posts with unusual post capitals. The very tall and slim brick chimneys have interesting corbelling. Kooringal has been owned by the Dawson family for 82 years.

Kooringal Homestead, Hawkesdale W of Melbourne), is an attractive weatherboard Edwardian house in Federation style. Single-storey and asymmetrical, it has exposed rafters and a high, steep hipped roof clad in corrugated metal. A return verandah ben

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✔️

Love exposed beams, natural stonework, dark wood floors, simple unadorned windows, and practical drawers under the banquette seating. Fresh flowers are a lovely natural choice. I might just change up the candelabra for something a bit more industrial like wrought iron.

Love exposed beams, natural stonework, dark wood floors, simple unadorned windows, and practical drawers under the banquette seating. Fresh flowers are a lovely natural choice.

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