Friday, 19 June 2015

Town houses of Bicheno, Tasmania.

Below are a couple of houses at Bicheno on the East Coast of Tasmania.  The first on is an accommodation place with another apartment to the right of the photo.  This first one has a sea view.

The second house below is a private one with a sea view.  In the town there are some lovely homes many of the shacks have been replaced over time.






One of the main streets in Bicheno.


Log Cabin Store which has everything as many country stores do.


A little wooden church

32 comments:

  1. Beautiful buildings. Love your photos!

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  2. This is a very pretty place M. I hope you are having fun. xo Hug G

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  3. Eu gosto dessas casas , tão diferente do que você pode ver na minha região.

    Beijos

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  4. The houses are beautiful, but I especially love the little white church.

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  5. Just beautiful. And I love, and remember the 'everything stores' from when I lived in country NSW.

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    1. It's amazing what one finds in those stores..

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  6. Margaret the first and second house similar to ours in Poland. They are lovely but I think expensive

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    1. Oh are they, that's interesting, would be expensive as that house has a sea view..

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  7. Bicheno seems to have everything.
    Ultra modern town houses, stately homes, the old fashioned vernandah homes bordering the main
    street, the classic "everything" store, the quaint church!!!
    I should think it would be a pleasure to visit or live there - except in winter.
    I believe like you and Mr. "B"., plans would be afoot for heading over Bass Strait and
    north!
    Cheers
    Colin
    PS: Looks like a perfect day here as the sun rises.

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    1. Bicheno has most things, things to get one by..it's ok in winter there, except this one because it's colder..

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  8. Oh what beautiful homes - I want to live surrounded again by green one day.

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    1. Great place Adam, so many different things in there to look at and buy.

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  10. I love these pictures, especially the white church.

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  11. I would visit Bicheno just because of its unusual name.

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  12. Those houses are beautiful! I think your photos make them look even better than they probably look in reality! We still have some "everything" stores in Oregon. I love them. You never know what you'l find, but it will be something you need.

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    1. The houses look good either way....I love store like the one in the photo..

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  13. These houses look very nice but probably expensive.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. Yes they would be a little..but affordable for many.

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  14. It looks like a lovely little town. I'm liking the first house a lot... it seems to fit into it's landscape really well.

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    1. I like the first house out of the two, it's my choice on the outside. Haven't a clue what the interior is like..

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  15. I like the country feel to the small town, and the setting.

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