The Elysium 154 House is an Oasis in the Outback

By: Alex Scott - Published: Apr 14, 2010 • References: & contemporist
There is that rule in real estate that says if a house's rooms are painted white, it is more likely to sell than if they were another color. If that law holds true, then the Elysium 154 House is bound to be bought in a flash. Featuring a boxy exterior with stained wood highlights, and a rather interesting sloped roof, this abode is the quintessential modern living space.

The Elysium 154 House was built in the heart of Queensland, Australia, and features enormous bay windows with which to enjoy the panoramic view. Other noted highlights include the shiny tiled floors running throughout the main level of the house, as well as the black framed windows and halogen lighting, which give it a studio feel. Stats for Stacked Ivory Structures Trending: Older & Mild
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