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SPACIOUS SURPRISE

In a semi-industrial area of Richmond, Victoria, Angie Florence of Space for Life was handed the original plans for four new townhouses. A developer had purchased the plots and had visions to turn the side-by-side sites into four luxurious three-bedroom, three-bathroom properties that would eventually sell for at least $1.6 million.

Original plans had been drawn up already, but they

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