Friday, October 7, 2011

photos of home.....

The kitchen cupboards are all timber with a cream paint finish; the bench tops are pine.
One of the upstairs bedrooms....
Our lounge room with stone flags on the floor. The ceiling is vaulted so when the heat rises it circulates and tunnels through the whole house.
From the entrance gates to the garden area looking at Western porch area.
The self-contained barn.
Seeing our home is soon to go on the open market i thought i would share some photos with you. This photo is looking from the dining room into the kitchen and scullery which has an underground cellar.
This shot is from the kitchen looking into the hallway. The staircase is all recycled blackwood.
This shot from down in the valley looks at the Eastern side of the house. The bricks on the outside are all recycled old bricks that have been washed in a lime paint. The garden is surrounded by a drystone wall. All the gates are made from recycled hardwood.
An early morning shot looking through into our bush; i love this shot and will miss these mornings here.
Looking across the dam towards the terrace and entertaining area . I hope you enjoy these shots and if you know of anyone looking for a lifestyle property in Tasmania or simply a green change give me an email.

11 comments:

bubisa said...

You have such a beatifule place to life... Greatings from Poland :)

Ann said...

What a beautifully decorated home, I wish you all the very best in your sale. Whoever buys your home will be very lucky to be living in such a lovely homely environment.

Cathy Louise said...

your place would tempt me to move to tassie :)

Robynne's Nest said...

Hello there, I'm really enjoying your blog and I agree with the previous comment...your place is amazing and would tempt me to move there...and this from a Melbourne girl (living in England), who has never been to Tassie...sorry...just always headed north to the sun for holidays. But I promise when we return home, I will definitely pay a visit and can't wait to check out your store. Robx
p.s. you would love the collectible fair I visited yesterday...it's one of those huge one's set up at a showground..I'm about to post my finds...

Anonymous said...

Simply gorgeous, your next house is going to be a gorgeous home as well. You and your clever husband will have it looking beautiful, I can say that for certain. Hugs from a friend. Kerrie K. xxx

Stylish Settings said...

It looks like it will be hard to leave such a beautiful house, but I love the look of your new Georgian place and can't wait to see what you do with it.
Cheers
Kylie

flowers on my table said...

Your home is truly wonderful, you must be quite sad to be leaving it. I am sure your next home will be equally lovely though. Love Linda x

THE VERANDA HOUSE said...

YOUR HOUSE IS SO ROMANTIC AND FEMEMINE ,I WISH I WAS THE ONE BUING YOUR HOME SO PEACEFUL AND THE MORNING MIST JUST SO CALM I LOVE YOUR TASTE,I WOULD LOVE TO VISIT YOR DARLING STORE I LIVE IN CALIFORNIA USA.I WILL KEEP VISITING YOUR ROMANTIC BLOG...XO...SANDRA

Anonymous said...

I ma interested in your lovely home.

More details please

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cheers,

Victoria

Nordisk gammelt said...

♥ So beautiful pictures on your blog ♥

Ellen said...

I am so happy to find your beautiful blog:) Hugs from Ellen in Norway.