Solid builds continue north with this careworn, Kenmore killer by local architect of note Robin Gibson c.1963. There are some architectural aspects here we have come to expect from Queensland residences, familiar to many global locales similarly beholden to equatorial weather – specifically that iron gated courtyard (letting the in a cooling breeze, but nothing else) and adding a touch of steamy romance. Though the pictures suggest the dire need for a deep cleanse and snazzy up,  this building of such considered design (floor to ceiling windows, free-flow of spaces) is at the moment barely peeking through its mediocre condition but it could surely sing a beautiful serenade among plants, tile and fairy lights if only given the chance.