How cool these row houses are! Minus the satellite roof dish, I imagine I am on Oz 100 years ago - good style lasts a long time!
I think some architect was having a northern European fantasy in this group of terrace houses. The ground floor looks normal for Australia while the top floor looks like gingerbread houses from Netherlands? Scandinavia? Northern Germany?
They made me think of gingerbread houses too.
Beautiful terrace houses.
what fun houses! Beats the heck out of some American townhouses that resemble "stack-a-shack" ant hills. Cheers and thanks for all your interesting photos!
The gingerbread makes such intricate shadows!An Ancient Sweetness
Curvy shadows on sweet houses!
Not The Netherlands, more Scandinavian. Great houses. I like your blog.
So nice to see them all the same. Beautiful old terraces.
The peachy color contrasts so well with the blue sky, I like the gingerbread frosting curves too. Woolloomooloo seems like a fun place to visit.
lovely architecture, with a storybook quality which appeals to me; have a nice Mondaymuch love...
Wonderful. Thanks for linking up with Friday my Town Shoot Out.
Romantic roof line design. Somehow this reminds me of Italy.
what a great name! and beautiful places, too! thank, jim!
these are wonderful
hahha.... I'd like to live there just to say the name....
Colour and look like the 'gingerbread house'!
I watch the Block, do you? Have they done one in your area? They are doing it just round the corner from my school.
I'm not a fan of much reality television. They did two in Bondi, one in Manly and one in Vaucluse but all the rest have been in Melbourne.
Great catch. My first thought was they reminded me of some homes in San Francisco, and then I started thinking coo-coo clocks.
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