Despite their heritage, these houses (now owned by the government) are not listed. So when Elizabeth Hay signed the lease on her Edwardian harbourside villa, she had free rein to do what she liked to it. She shares the four-bedroom house with her husband and three children, and, as an interior designer, it was inevitable that she would want to do more than just add a few scatter cushions. In fact, she has transformed the villa, knocking down walls and welcoming in colour, print and pattern.
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