According to The Design Files, Blott House in Chirnside Park, near Melbourne, has no heritage protection, despite one of the best examples of a Robin Boyd house in Melbourne. With that in mind, it is open to pretty much any type of renovation. But at the same time, why would you change anything this beautiful?
The house dates back to 1956, built for Dr Stanley Blott and his wife. The design was undoubtedly a talking point at the time, with a sloping roof and floor to ceiling glazing more in keeping with the cutting edge mid century modern builds of the US of the same era. It sold at auction for $1,500,000 — via WowHaus