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An interior designer’s updated 1970s Fasham Johnson home is for sale outside of Melbourne

It’s all about the details inside this 1976 Fasham Johnson home in the north Melbourne suburb of Hurstbridge, lovingly restored by interior designer Catherine Mazzotta.

Mazzotta, who runs design practice Modernist Interiors Eltham, is married to architect Michael Archibald. The pair have updated their family home, which celebrates its 1970s origins with raked timber ceilings, slate flooring and walls of floor-to-ceiling windows.

An interior designer’s updated 1970s Fasham Johnson home is for sale outside of Melbourne
Photography: Morrison Kleeman

The four-bedroom Melbourne property is now for sale via Gayle Blackwood of Morrison Kleeman with a guide price of AUD 860,000 – 930,000.

Mazzotta has modernised the kitchen with bamboo benchtops over form-ply cabinetry, while the large open-plan living room is furnished with vintage midcentury pieces, including armchairs by Noblett Furniture.

Sliding glass doors open living spaces up to three large, north-facing decks that are surrounded by native gardens and trees, home to blue-tongued skinks, parrots and owls.

An interior designer’s updated 1970s Fasham Johnson home is for sale outside of Melbourne
Photography: Morrison Kleeman
An interior designer’s updated 1970s Fasham Johnson home is for sale outside of Melbourne
Photography: Morrison Kleeman
An interior designer’s updated 1970s Fasham Johnson home is for sale outside of Melbourne
Photography: Morrison Kleeman

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