Australia is primarily known for stunning modern oceanfront homes, but historical gems can sometimes be found here as well. Like this magnificent Italian-style villa, built in 1934 in Sydney by the famous architect Leslie Wilkinson, its facade immediately refers us to the typical classic buildings of old Europe. At the same time, the interiors of the house turned out to be even more amazing: here, the designers of the Handelsmann + Khaw studio were able to perfectly combine Moroccan motifs and Tuscan villa design, creating a truly atmospheric timeless home. Well, the garden with perennial trees is just a fairy tale!
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