Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Houses and View, Devonport, Tasmania, Australia.

A Place called Stoney Rise at Devonport, Tasmania.  These houses are about 6 years old. Thought I would share with those that pass this blog, that way you will know how the houses are built these days.  One family lives in each home, and they pay it off at the bank over time.  In Australia many people own or will own their own home - it's the Australian Dream.  Also the view they have of Bass Strait and the City of Devonport.






16 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these photos. Always fun to see the different types of housing. Lovely vistas these homes have.

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    1. I too like to see different houses from different countries...many type are here in Tasmania..

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    1. Yes, they are Diane....great views pity that area was not closer.

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  3. So much green on the slope at the back yards and well kept so clean, bet it is popular place for jogging or evening walks.

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    1. Actually the people go to the special path along the beach front to walk or ride their bikes, they drive there cars there, it's also a place to walk dogs on a leash..The green is due to it being winter...in summer of course the grass in dry.

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  4. Morning M or I guess it is your evening:) That is a beautiful house and the view is incredible. It is nice seeing what houses in Tasmania look like. Take care Hug xo G

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    1. Evening G :) you are correct. Great views from up on that hill.

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  5. Nice houses but completely different from ours. They look very modern having a lot of glass material. At my places businness points are built in this style.

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    1. Down here we like to let the sun in, as there is no snow in many areas big windows are all the go.

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    1. Those that like a view of the sea pay for it..

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  7. They do have a beautiful view from all those windows!

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    1. Great view and would be nice and warm in winter with the sun out.

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