My Houzz: A Georgian-Meets-Modern Home for a Family of Six

“Berrima is a historical town established in the 1830s, so as part of the heritage guidelines we had to follow for the house, the frontage had to adhere to the Georgian architecture of the time – with obvious symmetry and specific materials, such as timber and stone,” says Hunter. “These guidelines only applied to the front of the house, so they allowed us to relax somewhat at the back of the house, which wasn’t seen from the street.”

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