‘A real estate nightmare’: How the Kliff Kingsbury house is destroying our city

‘A real estate nightmare’: How the Kliff Kingsbury house is destroying our city

The Kliff Kinghamsbury house in Sydney’s west is a “real estate nightmare,” according to the local council. 

The house sits on the site of the former Kliff’s Wine Bar, and was demolished by the council in 2007.

The council said it was a “matter of principle” to preserve the heritage of the house and said it had no intention of selling the property.

The home is a former Kliffs Wine Bar and restaurant. 

But the council’s actions are not just about preservation.

The house has caused considerable damage to the community in recent years. 

“It’s been a big deal for a while,” Kelisynn Dombek said. 

A council spokesman said it would be “a big issue to get the owners of the property back in the house.”

“We’re talking to a number of stakeholders,” he said.

“There are a number people who have been involved in the building, and the council will be making a recommendation on what needs to be done about it.”

We want to ensure that we’ve got the best possible future for the community.” 

Local council chief executive Scott Moore said the council had not yet had time to work out what the best future for property owners was.”

So far we’ve had a very good relationship with the property owners, and there are a lot of opportunities to move forward.” “

What we’ve tried to do is not interfere in the planning process.”

So far we’ve had a very good relationship with the property owners, and there are a lot of opportunities to move forward.

The Kliff family moved into the house in 2003. “

We are appealing this case, and will pursue any remedies we can in that process,” Mr Moore said.

The Kliff family moved into the house in 2003.

In a statement to the ABC, the family said it could not comment due to “ongoing litigation”.

“The Kliffs family is committed to providing an outstanding experience for visitors, and we look forward to a successful outcome in the court case,” it said.

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