A taste of Wagga wonderful this morn (we really need to get our feelers more round that way). This little winner has been lovingly and respectfully freshened up and owner Isabel has let us know this home was built in 1964 at the hand of respected architect Gordon Trafford Walker and whatsmore sent us through the original elevation and plan drawings. Yes, that curved dining nook is original. This is an example of why we dearly love a regional offering; though they are generally more humble in size and scope that city pads, they also offer bold flashes of personality and charm. A little country eccentricity in quiet, sleepy-time towns.
Something a little more fun today, in Wagga of all places. Enticing angles all over the shop. Strawberry shortcake bathroom. Even the s̶c̶a̶r̶y̶ ̶b̶a̶s̶e̶m̶e̶n̶t̶ games room brings the lino. Speaking of basements, you’d also be hard pressed to find any residence so solid and 60s retro glorious as this for $300k anywhere else in the country (excluding inner Tassie of course). Guaranteed to get the hearts of a few Mod renovation tragics fluttering.