Feb 06, 2008 9:06 pm
Hi Colleen, I did mean the suburb not the estate ! Anyhow, its up to you if you want to remove it or not, I just wanted to give you my point of view on the matter.
Re all the restrictions/covenants on new estates, I personally feel that if you are happy to oblige some of the reasonable ones then by all means do it, but it seems quite excessive in some instances!!
(And as all houses look alike, I hope that nobody gets confused coming home after a few drinks one night... )
-Bought house in Melbourne inner burbs, knocked it down & now...we are owner builders! Completed OB project and moved in to our new home with our new baby in May 2009!
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