A few months ago, I stumbled upon an article that described a couple of houses in the Melbourne suburb of Dandenong that were being sold for about $4 million. 

The story was about a pair of custom house Forecourts that were installed in the forecourt of the home of a wealthy family who had built it over 20 years ago.

The houses had been sold as part of a private development that included the construction of a hotel and apartments.

When the property owner and his wife bought the forecours in 2005, they didn’t know they were part of the same development project, but they were sold because of the number of forecourters in the house.

I had never heard of these Forecourters before, so I thought it was only a matter of time before they popped up in other houses in Melbourne.

After researching the history of the houses, I found that they had been used for about 40 years, and were still in good working order.

In a sense, they are a “ghost house” because they were not built for the current property owner.

But the Forecourt was one of the few forecourter-related Victorian homes that were actually used in the development of the property.

This was the case with another of the Forecourt’s houses that I had visited earlier that month: the Fitzroy House.

Fitzroy House, a forecourt in Melbourne, is owned by a wealthy Melbourne family, who bought the property in the 1980s. 

Source: ABC News (AUS) title The Fitzroy house is still in working order, but the owners are still paying to fix up the house  article I asked the owner if there was anything that they could do to keep the ForeCourts in good order. 

He said he had contacted the builder to ask for a refund for the ForeCourt’s cost, but that the developer had been unable to do anything.

It’s not unusual for Forecourter houses to be left in the condition they were before they were purchased, he said.

“We can’t just replace the roof or the flooring or anything like that, we’ve got to get it fixed up.

We’ve got two forecourty homes and they are both in great condition.” 

He added that he was not concerned about the number or location of Forecourte-related houses in his area.

However, he had been concerned about his neighbour’s house because of a previous incident in 2016, which was the cause of his interest in Forecourting houses. 

Source: ABC Local Radio (AUSTRALIA) The neighbour told me that she noticed some mould growing on the front and side of the house on January 1, and that she contacted her local police station to complain.

They said they could have dealt with it at that time, but had not, because the mould had been left untreated for months.

Then, in April 2016, the police took a report and notified the owners that they would have to repair the house to meet their standards.

On that occasion, the neighbours were able to fix it up. 

But it didn’t fix the mould, which remained.

According to the local news website, Melbourne Property, Fitzroy was one house that was sold to the family that purchased it in 2005. 

 I asked if he could give me a detailed history of when the Forecords were originally installed, to understand the extent of the problems they caused in the future.

He said the Forecesters had been installed on the property about 10 years ago, and had been removed by the previous owner at the time of the sale.

So, it was around this time that the neighbours noticed the mould growing.

One of the neighbour’s family members took the mould out of the premises and put it in a bag, but he also noticed that some of the mould was still growing. 

In the meantime, he was concerned about how long the mould would remain on the house, so he contacted the local police and the developer. 

The developer then contacted the police to find out how long it would take for the mould to disappear, but was told it would probably take about a month or two. 

“It was not a long time, and it was just one of those things that the builder would have taken care of,” he said, adding that the family had paid to fix the house up.

“I was very happy with the house and it had been maintained very well.

At the end of the day, I’m happy with it and I’m not concerned.” 

But there was still a problem.

Mould was still present on the back of the forecrest and a number of mould was stuck in the ceiling of the front door. 

This is why, the neighbour said, the Forecurters are not going to be used in a

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