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HOME SWEET HOME: The two-storey house in Leisure Farm Resort in Johor forms an L-shape with the swimming pool in the middle. Mrs Trotter wanted the house to be made of concrete with plenty of glass sliding doors. The 5,539 sq ft home with an additional 2,193 sq ft of alfresco space also has a huge garden.

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HOME SWEET HOME: Mr and Mrs Trotter with their children Jack and Molly.

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BRIGHT AND AIRY: The spacious living, dining and dry kitchen are kept cool by two huge ceiling fans.

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BRIGHT AND AIRY: The railway sleepers on the left of the entrance to the house act as a screen, and also provide a visual contrast to the otherwise concrete area.

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BRIGHT AND AIRY: Aluminium panels, which are usually used for the roof, line part of the house, softening the look of concrete.

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BRIGHT AND AIRY: The garden is big enough to set up a rugby pitch for Jack to practise in.

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FAVE ARTWORKS: A piece by Melbourne artist Lindsay Blamey titled ‘Red Container’. Mrs Trotter says the ridges of the container complement the aluminium wall cladding in her home.

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FAVE ARTWORKS: A bus scroll with a list of countries Mr and Mrs Trotter have lived in
PERSONAL SPACE

A home to call their own

After 16 years living in rented houses all over the world, the Trotters have finally settled into their own home.
Apr 11, 2015 5:50 AM

LAST September marked a major milestone for Greg and Anna Trotter. "After 16 years living in rented homes around the world, such as in Switzerland, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Singapore, we finally moved into a home that we could call our own," says Mrs Trotter, a housewife and an art consultant with

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