The best homes of 2018 on film
Whether we were swinging from warehouse rafters or aching in our farm boots, 2018 was filled with homes we’ll never forget.
Some of the best were captured with BresicWhitney Films – for a more cinematic experience.
So take a look back at the year that was, in these 60-second episodes. Enjoy.
Arguably the best
This Foster Street warehouse raised some eyebrows. Sydney’s historic tea merchants were responsible for some of the city’s most iconic warehouses and this one is considered extraordinary.
Inner West colour
This Frampton Avenue home in Marrickville was home to new renovations, attention-to-detail and punctuated with some rear-lane street art.
More space for your buck
Still in the inner city but further out in Croydon, this character home sat on 650sqm. With renovated stables, fruit trees and gardens, there was nothing else quite like this in 2018.
The toast of Newtown
A warehouse that had us salivating was this old bakery in Newtown. A historic warehouse in residential zoning in Newtown, this building was once the popular ‘Henninges Bakery’, dating back to the 1860s.
Big impressions in Paddington
Measuring 8 metres wide and set over 2 levels, this north-facing Paddo warehouse had surprising outlooks to the CBD and harbour.
Once a winery then an upholstery workshop, this was a true warehouse residence with its sawtooth roof preserved. Unique warmth & cool industrial edges.
Within the original walls of a former chocolate factory it was raining when we shot this pavilion residence. With courtyards, symmetry, colour and artistry, it was something special.
The most on the coast
Finishing off with more bygone-era throwbacks, it’s not hard to see why this Coogee home impressed with its old bones and cool preservation. But it was the clifftop position that had hearts melting.