While onsite auctions continue to be on hold during the coronavirus lock-down, some of the nation’s quirkiest listings are sniffing a unique opportunity.
From funky trimmings to a rainforest renovator’s paradise, these irrepressibly charming homes are hoping to stand out among current properties for sale.
Brimming with history? Check.
Stained-glass windows, elaborate chandeliers and a single-bedroom residence topped off with a steeple? Check, check and check.
This heritage-listed church nestled along Tasmania’s Midland Highway combines Victorian-era architecture with a distinctly modern twist.
The main bluestone building adjoins a newly renovated, two-storey mud brick residence.
With metallic spiral staircase, stone kitchen and a quaint courtyard separating the buildings, the diverse property could be ideal for an Airbnb entrepreneur, distiller, or private home owner with exceptional taste.
Melbourne’s northern corridor is one of the fastest-developing areas in the Victorian capital, and this seven-bedroom property could be the ideal palace for the modern Brady Bunch.
And did we mention the velvet? So. Much. Velvet.
The property’s asking price is $2,500,000.
This Perth brick home is just the tonic for weary house hunters seeking out a sprawling inner suburban property for less than $600,000.
The front door opens up to a lounge room replete with intricate ceiling details, a wood fireplace (with an accompanying art deco mantlepiece), and picture rails that would satisfy the fiercest art collector.
Elsewhere, though, the home stays true to its no-thrills 1930s persona, with an understated renovated bathroom and pastel-coloured bedrooms.