Relocating an old neglected Colonial Queenslander house to a small acreage and making it our home.
What a beautiful old home! xx
Grace gave you this home.
Yes, a lovely on old home. A blank canvas just waiting... ;-)
Hi Bec and RobVic Sadleir here, Wendy's niece. Wendy showed us your blog the other day, and I have a website that may interest you. http://pinterest.com/ It has lots of interesting things in which people have done in their homes.All the best with the renos, and I am looking forward to watching the progress.
Doesn't she look glorious with her new roof on. Loving your massive hallway and assymetric arch too. Isn't it amazing that you can cut a house in half (ouch) then join her back together good as new? or better than new?. i think I know where she originally came from as we live close to her name and I have been wracking my brain to work out where she was before and finally I think I know the spot. She is much better off with you and now she has the grandest vista a girl could wish for. So enjoying seeing your news. Melxx
Hi Vic - thanks for dropping by. I love Pinterest but requesting to join ages agao and haven't heard back, did it take you awhile?Mel- the cnr of Fairfield rd is where she originated. Much better off with us :)I can not think of a name so happy to take suggestions!!
A gorgeous blank canvas waiting for your touch :)I can send you an invite to Pinterest if you like, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address.x