Does internet fame pay off?
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Bryce Holdaway joins Kevin Turner in this week’s episode of Property News Update! Tune in as they discuss the following property stories from around the world:
A home after a history buff’s heart. This Kensington home was assembled in the 1860s by a ship captain and is understood to be one of Melbourne’s oldest surviving homes from the gold-rush era.
A “panda” in a home ad? An agent and a homeowner’s original and quirky take on dry and done property ads.
Perks and quirks abound as floating San Francisco home sails into the market. Floating homes usually sell privately, so this home is one – if not the first – on the market. Listed for $1.8 million, the home is a rarity in the City by the Bay.
Does internet fame pay off? This Detroit house broke the internet last year with its unique decorations, vintage collectibles, and two custom-built classic cars, so why is it still available on the market after a decrease in price?
“Happy house” nominated for national design award. Lindy invites The Canberra Times into the Empire Circuit home that looks modest on the outside and magnificent on the inside.