These quaint heritage facades hide clever extensions and additions that are ready to rock.
There’s a beauty in keeping the character of a neighborhood intact. But a home should serve its current residents, and in the case of these historic Australian homes, that means renovating at the rear. Read on for some of the country’s best "mullet renos"—traditional in the front, modern in the back.
See the full story on Dwell.com: 19 of the Best Aussie Mullet Renovations That Turn Things Up in the Back