Photos - Surprises - Houses (continued)
Nature's choice of colours in Ben Boyd Road, Neutral Bay.
Built in 1838, and almost double Alan's age,
this stone cottage stands defiantly in Nook Lane, Neutral Bay.
Just round the corner, in Nook Avenue, stands what is
doubtless Neutral Bay's narrowest house.
It's aged not much more than a day for every one of the
Nook Lane house's years.
Wycombe Road, Neutral Bay, has a smorgasbord of towers and turrets
from the 19th century. Dartmouth's circular windows date from around 1885.
Shellcove Road, Neutral Bay: And this is our roof:
Sandwiched between the outward and inward lanes of the main thoroughfare to the northern beaches
are these tiny 19th century houses. Discover them in Neutral Bay where Falcon Street becomes Military Road,
and check where you would park on your property if you purchased one.
They're tiny, one-bedroom cottages, but giants of charm in Lennox Street, Newtown.
The most impressive house number we have
seen is immaculately carved into rock in St Pauls Road,
North Curl Curl
I'm never going to use your crane company again. You didn't lower it properly.
Makim Street, North Curl Curl.
At our place in Nareen Parade, North Narrabeen, we
race each other up the steps then slide back down the
chute. It’s heaps of fun.
One of the great survivors of Galloway Street, North Parramatta.