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This swoon-worthy Brisbane house will make hearts skip a beat. It is inspired by the Cotswolds and is for sale for the first time.
Take a look inside the luxurious Malibu home of Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant, who has put it on the market with lofty expectations.
Sydney’s shift to a buyer’s market has given home seekers plenty of new opportunities to get a lower price on properties — but the homes they can get for less usually require major repairs.
While man grapples with the fear of wild storms and finding a solution to rising seas, one company has found a solution — inventing the ultimate houseboat of the future.
At this luxury development, “you can have your avocado toast and eat it too”. They’re offering a year’s worth of smashed avo with every apartment.
A New Zealand man named Mr Brown can’t flush it down after a court ordered him to stop using his own toilet. He says he’s been unfairly vilified.
Private homes with up to five bedrooms have become available for rent at the rock bottom price of just $1 a week for families with children and a keen sense of adventure.
A TV anchor and landlady was interviewing a young woman about renting when the segment took a “condescending” turn.
A rare waterfront home, regarded as a local architectural treasure, has come to market for the first time in more than 50 years. Its owners are taking lots of happy memories with them.
The Kiwi accent has just been named the sexiest in the world, so if immersion in the land of ‘fush and chups’ and the All Blacks floats your boat, here are some of choicest places to ‘crash’.
Swan Hill’s former police station, complete with holding cells, didn’t secure an early release at auction, but there’s been interest from people who “can remember a cold night or two” there.
An eye-catching South Morang property with a nightclub-style bar, plenty of dancefloor space, and room for the in-laws, has been snapped up before auction with an irresistible offer.
Property is a big talking point in the upcoming election, but do our well-funded Federal politicians have enough real estate holdings to cash in on the rising market and negative gearing perks?