House in Newtown
Recently Added • 17-Feb-2023
Once narrow and dark, this 1930’s workers’ cottage was reimagined by Dean Williams of Architect George, maintaining its heritage charm and expanding the home from a tiny 30sqm to 60sqm with the addition of a second story.
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