The impressive 1950’s home comedian Tim Ross shares with wife Michelle Glew-Ross, three year-old Bugsy and one year-old Bobby is not your typical mid-century home.
As much as it stays true to its era what differentiates this home from others it the mix of bohemian wanderlust and beach Sydney life – a space bursting with good vibes.
The house was originally built in 1959 for the Atherton family, and designed by their friend Bill Baker. ‘Bill was an architect and a Qantas Pilot – a multitasker like John Travolta’ Tim explains! ’On his trips to LA he was inspired by West Coast Modernism, and this house is a certainly a nod to those places he saw and admired at that time’.
via Design Files