Jan 01, 2018 7:45 pm
I have just recently relocated a 1920s Californian bungalow onto my block of land.
As the house was given to me by a local hospital and still being used for consulting rooms it was in great condition with lots of original features.The move wasn’t without it’s complications. However the house is now sitting on new stumps and the repair work and a small extension are under way. I am wondering if anybody else has done a similar thing. I am also after some inspiration for design and decorating ideas.
Because the house has historical significance to the community I need to maintain the integrity of the era whilst still making it a comfortable place to live.
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