Who needs dry land to be at home and what could be better than waking up in a new place every day? This 40-foot-long vessel sleeps seven, offering enough space for the homeowners to have guests and can be seen only on HGTV’s House Hunters International.
This historic Gothic Revival mansion features sweeping harbor views and a prime location on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, a short drive from Sydney's central business district. A full-length veranda connects the home's formal rooms to its stunning outdoor views.
A multi-level living room includes a built-in, low level shelf that serves as a media center. The ocean blue rug and red sofa continue the bright, cheerful whimsy of the rest of the home's color palette.
All around the home, the architecture and design compliments and blends in with its picturesque surroundings. On this portion of the deck, a long bench gracefully follows the curve of the rock next to it.
A quaint, but luxurious Gothic Revival structure stands in the midst of modern high rises along Australia's Darling Point peninsula. The fully restored home features a luxury backyard retreat complete with an infinity-edge pool and spa.
A traditional veranda spans the full length of this home's exterior, offering a sweeping view of Australia's Sydney harbor. The Gothic Revival mansion, built in 1870, recently underwent a full restoration to turn it into a modern family home.
"I love mixing sentimental with new things" says Julianne whose home reflects not only her design sensibility and the pieces she carries through her company Taylor Burke Home (named for her sister) but also her family's travels through Asia, Australia and Europe during husband Chris's corporate stint abroad.
This open plan kitchen and dining room are positioned perfectly to take advantage of a stunning harbor view. This luxury home is situated on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, a short drive from the heart of Sydney. The sprawling, late 1800s home has been completely renovated and updated to accommodate the needs of a modern family.
Ornate woodwork frames the doorway to a traditional veranda in the living room of this 1870-built Gothic Revival mansion. The home, on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, features sweeping harbor views and a fully restored interior. In this traditional living room, comfortable seating surrounds the fireplace, creating a cozy conversation nook.
Designer Julianne Taylor,, author of DesignHER and her husband Chris live in a charming Charleston home filled with color and artwork from their travels abroad. The family spent 10 years overseas and their three children Grant (Spain), Kate (China) and Blake (Australia) were all born abroad.
A casual sitting room with a mix of traditional architecture and contemporary furnishings overlooks a quaint veranda with sweeping harbor views. This Gothic Revival mansion on Australia's Darling Point peninsula has been fully updated and restored to meet the needs of a modern family. Exterior porches span the length of the home, taking maximum advantage of its harbor-side location.