House in Australia catches attention local residents
The house in the Australian state of Bulimba attracts many people. Neighbors left letters in the house’s mailbox about particular aspect of it.
Kerrie Matthews moved into Bulimba two and a half years ago. Since the day he was moved, she took a lot of questions from his neighbors about his house.
“Since I’ve moved in I’ve had three people that left letters in my mailbox asking what colour I had painted the house,” Ms Matthews said.
“It’s a dark grey outside and it’s obviously a colour that attracts people.
“I didn’t paint it so I didn’t know the colour but I found a spare tin of paint that was left behind that helped the people.”
The view of the house is really remarkable. The upper floor of the house has a classic Quesslander theme. The walls are made of polished wood. The house has a modern look despite its old style.
“I have owned three different places in Sydney, the last two were extremely modern … so this to me was a real contrast to have a bit of old world and a bit of new world,” Ms Matthews said.
The host Matthews says the house is very convenient for a family. “It’s very family orientated,” she said.
“It’s got a beautifully sized L-shaped plunge pool, and a huge open-plan family and kitchen area.
“It’s also got a butler’s pantry which is really handy for when you don’t want clutter in view — you can just put it in the pantry and sort it out later.”
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