Palm Springs comes to the Mornington Peninsula at this entertainer’s dream home, which was revamped with the help of a celebrity interior designer.
The sellers of 16 Bellbird Road, Mount Eliza engaged The Block judge and Blankcanvas Interiors founder Shaynna Blaze to design the eye-catching residence’s kitchen and bathrooms as part of a substantial renovation.
The four-bedroom house, with resort-style grounds on a substantial 2928sq m block, has now hit the market with a $2.15-$2.35m price guide.
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Marshall White Mornington Peninsula selling agent Dominic Salvato said the property was built in the 1970s, to a mid-century design that had a “Palm Springs vibe about it”.
The vendors’ renovation, completed over the past 18 months, involved updating the interior
Perth architecture and property development group Baltinas is preparing for the official launch of its art deco-inspired, wellbeing-focused CHALLIS development on Beaufort Street in Mount Lawley.
The environmentally conscious mixed-use development on the former Highgate Drycleaners site features 26 elegant luxury apartments, including three sub-penthouses, and an already-sold penthouse.
The development, named after the Challis family who ran the drycleaners since the 1950s, comes in a range of one to three-bedroom configurations priced from $595,000.
“There is a choice between a light or dark interior colour scheme, and all apartments enjoy ample natural light and expansive tree-lined balconies,” Baltinas Development Sales Rebecca Frost said.
“They also feature unique curved island benches in the kitchens and curved feature walls and windows for showstopper appeal.
“The sub-penthouses boast spacious kitchens
- Tesla owners have found parts inside their Model Y cars held on by straps that don’t appear to be standard.
- In forums, some owners said the parts looked like someone had “made a run to Home Depot to make Q2 numbers.”
- It isn’t clear how widespread the possible use of the non-standard parts is, or if they can cause any issues with the cars’ performance.
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Some Tesla Model Y owners have made an interesting discovery when exploring the inner bowels of their vehicles.
“Someone made a run to Home Depot to make Q2 numbers,” someone said on the Tesla Motors Club forum last week, along with a photo of what appears to be a cooling unit held in place by plastic straps and faux wood.
The user said it wasn’t in an easily accessible place, beneath the vehicle’s frunk insert, but they