Monday, 4 April 2011

Harris Park, house

Kenilworth is a heritage listed house in Allen Street, in the western suburb of Harris Park. It was built around 1900 in the Victorian style of architrecture. In recent times it had been used as a school by the Australian International Conservatorium of Music and since 2005 forms part of the Australian International Performing Arts High School.

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  1. gingerbread down under!





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  2. So pretty!

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  3. Very attractive. It is the ironwork and the paint job that make this building special.

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  4. love those spaces outside. Will be cool when the wind blows

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  5. quite ornate, Jim and pretty fancy for a High School. My problem with places like this, is that they are beautiful but that they tend to lock the outside out. No windows or in the wrong wall etc.

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  6. Looks fantastical. Like something out of Picnic at Hanging Rock.

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  7. What an amazing house. The verandas, gables, columns, wrought iron decoration, windows and chimneys are in beautiful proportion and the colours are terrific.

    But oh dear, what happened to that tower thing at the front of the house. It is way out of proportion.

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  8. What an elegant house!

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  9. Beautiful architecture. I love houses of this era.

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