Photos - Sydney Secrets - Houses (continued)
We couldn’t post this under “Surprises”
because it’s more of a shock! Cars travel at barely an arm’s
length from the front door!
Not even a pathway to separate you from Waverley’s
Judges Lane traffic. Fortunately it’s not a main road.
At Westmead: Prime position, spacious lawn and strong renovation potential, but you may prefer to rebuild.
Was Westville Place, Westmead, a victim of the 2005 earthquake? Or is there another explanation, such as an optical illusion?
Just in case you’ve been lying awake
at night wondering what a mangle is, the secret is now out.
Alan spotted one on the veranda of a house in
Willoughby and remembered that they were prolific in his early
days. Mangles either squeezed the water out of your washed
clothes or mangled your fingers.
And this is the door to our balcony in a lane off Dwyer Lane, Woollahra.
Wall at royal location on Wallaroy Road, Woollahra? A cell at the Woollahra Prison?
(See next photo)
No, it's a rather secure residential entrance.
(Also see previous photo)
It took me 92 years to learn how to spell it,
but I think I’ve got it right now. Judges Lane, Woolloomooloo,
looks just like it did nearly 150 years ago.
The building is Bland Terrace and it's in Bland Street, Woolloomooloo. But we think it's anything but bland.
(End of Secrets - Houses)