The designer behind Little Louli is selling her much-loved family home at 156 Barrabool Rd, Highton.
GEELONG textile designer Lucy Miller is selling her stylish mid-century house in Highton.
The creative talent behind Little Louli hand printed kids bedding is saying goodbye to 156 Barrabool Rd in preparation for her family’s next renovation project.
The mid-century house is surrounded by landscaped gardens.
Ms Miller’s style, which has built her a strong Instagram following, is stamped all over the three-bedroom weatherboard house.
Beautiful landscaped gardens with a signature curved staircase leading to the front door — one of the features that first attracted her to the property — add to the character of the 1950s design.
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The study is a multipurpose space with doors onto a rear deck.
Inside, hardwood timber floorboards and a neutral palette provide the perfect backdrop for the designer’s colourful collection of art and objects.
The living room has large windows.
Buxton agent Tom Butters said Ms Miller had worked her magic throughout the updated house.
“She has got a pretty quirky style,” Mr Butters said.
The back deck is great for outdoor entertaining.
The house has a flexible floorplan incorporating an open-plan kitchen/meals area opening to a large north-facing deck, a living room and separate dining room.
The updated bathroom.
A double garage sits underneath the wide front balcony which has views of the 656sq m block’s lush landscaping.
The property will be auctioned on November 24 at 10.30am with an expected price range of $650,000 to $710,000.