a Victorian terrace house in Melbourne

House in Melbourne, Australia. these old gingerbread terrace houses are common in parts of australia but almost always have white wrought-iron lace on a dark brick facade. this one is nice as they have reversed the colours.

A magnificent late Victorian boom period terrace house in the inner northern Melbourne suburb of Flemington. Built between the 1880s and the 1890s, this residence features bay windows upstairs and down, stuccoed brick facade (with exposed red brick walls at the side elevations), large sash windows and two chimneys. However its crowning glory must be without doubt its wonderful verandah and balcony with its intricately frilly lace like wrought iron fretwork.

A magnificent late Victorian boom period terrace house in the inner northern Melbourne suburb of Flemington. Built between the 1880s and the 1890s, this residence features bay windows upstairs and down, stuccoed brick facade (with exposed red brick walls at the side elevations), large sash windows and two chimneys. However its crowning glory must be without doubt its wonderful verandah and balcony with its intricately frilly lace like wrought iron fretwork.

"Villa Alba" a Victorian Italianate Mansion - Studley Park, Kew, Victoria, Australia

"Villa Alba" a Victorian Italianate Mansion - Studley Park, Kew, Victoria, Australia

Kali Cavanagh's 1860 cottage

Since Sunday is the perfect day for a lie-in I had to share this bedroom and bathroom from the weekend home of designer Kali Cavanagh featured in Inside Out Magazine. I could spend my whole day flitti

"Cumnock" is a grand Victorian Italianate mansion designed by Melbourne architect Charles Webb (1821 - 1898), located on The Avenue in the Melbourne suburb of Parkville.

"Cumnock" is a grand Victorian Italianate mansion designed by Melbourne architect Charles Webb - located on The Avenue in the Melbourne suburb of Parkville.

Frothy Fretwork. This verandah of a Queen Anne villa in a leafy tree lined street of the Melbourne suburb of Elwood is almost entirely enclosed by ornate lace like fretwork.

This verandah of a Queen Anne villa in a leafy tree lined street of the Melbourne suburb of Elwood is almost entirely enclosed by ornate lace like fretwork.

gabled return verandah of "Kinsale" , Edwardian villa (1910) - Rucker's Hill, Westgarth, Victoria

gabled return verandah of "Kinsale" , Edwardian villa - Rucker's Hill, Westgarth, Victoria

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