A terrace home in Melbourne has been preserved through the centuries, becoming a time capsule for decades gone by.
The two-bedroom, Victorian-style property in the suburb of Fitzroy North has housed multiple generations of the same family, according to Fairfax Media. Its final owner was war veteran Eric Worsley who passed away in 2012 at the age of 102. He had been given the home by his mother, who lived there until she was more than 100 years old
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Worsley bequeathed the home to his caregiver, Maria, who is now putting the vintage dream up for sale. It is expected to get upwards of $A640,000 but needs work to be livable, according to Chambers Real Estate, that is in charge of the sale. Maria left the home in its original state to honour Worlsey, who thought of the property as his palace Read more…
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