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11 Chapman Crescent – jaw dropper

Glen Osmond sits neatly in the early folds of the gentle Adelaide Hills – although an early settlement in the state it would be fair to say it is a shy star in the real estate galaxy of Australia.

However, I think it has more than its fair share of great properties – and even more importantly (to me anyway) an over the odds number of fab contemporary designs.

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I recently wrote about 11 Chapman Crescent (listed with Ouwens Casserly)  an absolutely STUNNING concrete and glass affair that just makes we off the click brigade click on and on and on to check out the intriguing concepts.

The covered deck with a fireplace? just inspiring.

I see it has a contract on it – I just wish it my name on the dotted line.


Another ripper, with a price tag of under $900,000 is 73 Sunnyside (listed with Brennan Rosser) – it is so clean, so curved, so energy-positive. The owner told News Corp that she wanted a home that would feature her love of cars – with a drive in home. Done.

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Love it and more to the point I find this petite but perfect design another inspiration.

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Keep at it Adelaide!

Although I note my old childhood home at 187 Barton Terrace, North Adelaide is still looking for love. Gosh I loved that house – though back then (before the earth cooled!) it did not look as flash as it does now.

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Though I think it DID look better with wisteria around the veranda.

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Prue Miller is the producer and writer of Hot Homes at News Corp, Australia

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