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A sneak peek at Spanish mission-style apartment of Sunday Life’s homes editor

The home

A three-bedroom apartment in the Beverley Hills complex in Melbourne’s inner east. Designed and built by Howard Lawson in 1935, the Spanish mission-style buildings feature decorative motifs, wide porticos and a communal pool.

“We knew the building because friends had lived here in the ’90s,” says Heather. “When we saw this apartment up for sale, it was a no-brainer – we had to buy it.”

“We knew the building because friends had lived here in the ’90s,” says Heather. “When we saw this apartment up for sale, it was a no-brainer – we had to buy it.” Credit:Armelle Habib

Who lives here

Sunday Life’s Melbourne homes editor, Heather Nette King, with husband Jeremy King, general manager of Traffic branding agency, their daughters Annebelle, 22, and Alexandra, 20, plus Sugar the cat and Dougal the dog.

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