Do our eyes deceive us? Are we meandering through the English countryside?
We haven’t teleported across the globe – but it certainly feels like it, looking at this remarkable slice of Tudor Revival architecture nestled in the green surrounds of Stoneville.
Thanks to our buddies over at Crib Creative, we’re taking a sneak peek inside this unique Hills home.
The home’s influences are obvious as soon as you approach, with three dormer windows peeking out under shingles, clad in those classic Tudor-style beams. The crunch of the gravel pathway underfoot and manicured garden beds evokes the elegance of an English country home.
The front entryway is lent a sense of grandeur with timeless chequerboard tiles, which continue into the spacious, marble-benched kitchen (and scullery of course, dahling).
Ascend that staircase and you’ll find four charming bedrooms nestled under the pitched roof, making the most of those sweet dormer windows. Proceed up another level and you’ll find a huge attic with more storage than you’ll know what to do with.
Back in the living room, a wood-burning stove adds to the cosy countryside vibes, with a fire pit in the garden for when the party spills into the backyard.
While the front of the home is manicured, the rear garden leans more rustic and wild – best enjoyed from under that gazebo while enjoying a meal with friends. Beyond, you can enjoy the natural bushland that has been maintained over half of the 4006sqm block.
Photos courtesy of Crib Creative.