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May 6, 2018 | News

Hello to the SHM community.

It’s a pleasure serving you and thank you for being part of our larger vision to create amazing homes that tread lightly on our environment.

We’ve been running over 4 years now and built some amazing homes for some great people.

We’d like to introduce you to the latest apple of our eye, this little gem in Brunswick.

This single fronted Victorian weatherboard home was built in 1909 and in desperate need of some tender, loving care.

The condition of this home let the imagination run wild and you’d be excused for thinking you walked onto the set of Alice in Wonderland!

Today you walk in and you see an amazing piece of architecture designed by Gardiner Architects and workmanship that is second to none built by the team at Sustainable Homes Melbourne.

I won’t stall any longer and let you see the photos for yourself by clicking here.

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