An empty-nester discovers the perfect place for a compact new dwelling at the edge of her own property in Melbourne.
After 30 years in the Melbourne suburb where she’d raised her three daughters, Fleur Glenn was itching for a change. Her neighborhood, a leafy area called Clifton Hill, had much to offer—close friends, a nearby park, and, when the weather was good, a manageable walk to her job at a busy medical clinic. But her four-bedroom house was more than she needed or wanted. The question was where to go.
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A retired couple in the seaside suburb of St. Kilda call on Jackson Clements Burrows Architects for a two-story…
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