Photos - Sydney Secrets - Houses (continued)
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.
Does any other tennis court enjoy a view like this
one at the lower end of Darling Point Road, Darling Point?
Don't even think of breaking into our house in Bourke Street, Darlinghurst.
Our window is securely bared and locked.
You don't know what to do with your umbrellas during the drought?
Pacific Parade, Dee Why, can offer ideas.
Something that your place doesn’t have: each of our houses in Rydale Road, Denistone, has its own personal bridge.
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?
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.
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
Yes, I know that our house rooftop football field in Allawah Avenue, Elanora Heights,
needs mowing, but at least the goal posts are in good condition.