Anna Owen and her husband Dave moved into this residence 14 years in the past – solely the third custodians of the home because it was first in-built 1955 – and over time have been slowly restoring and increasing as sympathetically as doable for contemporary household dwelling. Named the Browne Home after its second homeowners (previously the McDonald Home), it is without doubt one of the final remaining archetypal houses by revered architect Robin Boyd.
When Anna and Dave first took possession of the Browne home, it was rundown and in fairly poor form. Over the past decade and a half they’ve slowly however certainly introduced it again to its unique splendour, after which some!
Anna and Dave’s renovations have been delicate but intensive – together with re-roofing, stumping, plumbing, re-wiring and repairing all of the home windows. The house includes a principal bed room encased on two sides by