Styling a home for a sale is a carefully calibrated process, designed to present your property in the best possible light. In a competitive and active marketplace, it’s important to make sure your home stands out to help you achieve the best possible result.
‘It’s a different kind of lifestyle here from in town,’ Louise Lupton says. ‘There’s only one set of traffic lights in Mount Eliza, we’re only 400 metres from the beach, and there’s a really strong sense of community. It’s a village kind of atmosphere.’
In a market environment where there is a high volume of property currently available to lease, effectively marketing your property enables you to stand out amongst the crowd and attract the attention of potential tenants.
Crazy paving, sunken lounges, timber panelling and stonemasonry walls. Over the past few decades, style-savvy owners of Melbourne houses built around the 1950s-70s have been ripping out or hiding these classic mid-century modernist features in a quest to make their homes more, well, ‘modern’.