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There’s almost no clue as to what lies behind this 1920s bungalow in Northcote.
Past the front door, only a couple of the original front rooms remain; one used for a study, the other a guest bedroom. ‘The house fits in with the period streetscape. You’re not really aware of what’s going on behind the timber facade,’ says architect Feras Raffoul, director of FGR Architects. ‘Our clients had become attached to the period home, even though it had its shortcomings,’ he adds.
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