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Chippendale

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In Pine Lane, Chippendale, you must preserve the front of your home, but behind that you can do what you like.


Clontarf

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Your dream home in Fisher Bay, Clontarf? Water views, usually level site


Crows Nest

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We get permission to go through the fence for two quaint, 150-year-old houses in Hayberry Street, Crows Nest, to get to our fence.


Darling Point

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Does any other tennis court enjoy a view like this one at the lower end of Darling Point Road, Darling Point?


Darlinghurst

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Don't even think of breaking into our house in Bourke Street, Darlinghurst. Our window is securely bared and locked.


Dee Why

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You don't know what to do with your umbrellas during the drought? Pacific Parade, Dee Why, can offer ideas.


Denistone

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Something that your place doesn’t have: each of our houses in Rydale Road, Denistone, has its own personal bridge.


Drummoyne

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Why are houses always built ‘circa’ a certain year instead of ‘about’, as in this Drummoyne example? Should we offer a prize for the first person to spot a real estate sign that uses the English word?


Dundas

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This front yard on Kirby Street, Dundas, raises some questions:
Is this both a house and a garage?
Are the doors real or a novel mural?
If real, why are there four different types?
We might never know.


Edgecliff

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Most Sydney people know the main road through Edgecliff - but not the side streets.
  On South Street, the houses are quite close to the footpath, making it easier to talk to people as they walk by.


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