He's warm and welcoming. Also rich, so that helps.
He's tall and dark. Or maybe he's blond and wide. We don't judge.
Ok, sometimes he can be a bit rough around the edges. But when he's dressed, he looks smooth and polished. He's only splintery when he hasn't been treated well.
He looks great when he's young and fresh, but even as he ages and grows grey, he still looks sophisticated; a true silver fox. Or silver ash, as the case may be.
He is, of course, a timber home. And this round-up of the country's hottest timber homes will leave you feeling a little flustered. Don't worry, it's not 'the change', just the power and beauty of a quality timber home...
Check out the unconventional good looks of this handsome specimen, Cut-away Roof House.
You were not built to be placid, Jeneane. Don't limit yourself to boring old conventional timber. Be brave. Take your hair out of that sensible ponytail and embrace some timber shingles like Austin Maynard did at Tower House. Also, towers.
Now, right there. That's the kind of thing to make you blush. Texture.
Sit back, grab a glass of sparkling and let this rich timber facade be your sugar(gum) daddy.
This beautiful timber home is fun and cheeky and great with kids. So ticking a lot of boxes...
This tall, blond house lives a laid-back beach lifestyle. Perfect for your sea change.
An effortlessly handsome recluse, Moonlight Cabin is perfect if you can handle a quiet life with ocean views.
Stonewood House is an alternative thinker, clad in timber 'bricks' which help him get along with his elderly neighbour.
Maybe he's a bit rougher than our other bachelors, but Profile House's creative thinking and surprising side is sure to delight.
Thanks to Shoreham's modular construction, a home this good-looking could be yours in just 12 weeks. Kind of like a mail-order husband.
This home sports the architectural equivalent of a mullet. Traditional in front, but a wild side out back. Regardless, we are in love with his interior wood cladding and off-the-chain sense of volume.