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    Daniel

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    Is it me or does everything look 3/4 of the size it should be, minus the kitchen island which is comically huge.
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    Grrrowler

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    As Daniel mentioned, there do seem to be some odd things going on with scale. I’m suspecting that it’s skewed perspectives from the camera. Beyond that, I do like the place. I appreciate that the interior design respects the age of the house but doesn’t try to be a period piece. I also appreciate that it’s not been London-ized with an inappropriate modern interior installed.
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      Kenny Forder

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      I agree. An elegant, subtle formal interior to go to with a rustic exterior.
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    Chris

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    I don’t get the circular range hood in the kitchen. It looks like a huge eyesore to me.
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      Grrrowler

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      To me it looks like someone forgot to attach the bottom end of the chimney.
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    rob

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    It kind of reminds me of an adorable, miniature Victorian train station. But I do like the exterior architecture. I love the conservatory like pool. I am really interested in how a building this old got shoehorned into a neighborhood like that and didn’t end up on a massive piece of property. It sits well on the lot, though. Really reminiscent of the historical colonial era of Australia. Well decorated. I like it.
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    lambskin

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    My first thought was Mary Poppin’s house!
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