Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Paddington, Juniper Hall

Juniper Hall is located on the corner of Oxford Street and Ormond Street, in the inner city suburb of Paddington. This heritage listed building was designed by Robert Cooper and built in 1825 in the Georgian architectural style. In recent times it has been used as a portrait and photographic gallery and is now home of the Historic Houses Association of Australia.

16 comments:

  1. What a magnificent building. The balcony that goes around the first floor is really great.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Oh, a magnificent building it is indeed, Jim!! I love the balcony and, of course, your blue, blue skies!! Thanks for sharing! Have a great week!!

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  3. Paddington has some of the best architecture in Sydney!

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  4. It must be a wonderful gallery!
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  5. So love the peaked rooms set in the roofline. Lots of character in this residence.

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  6. This is the new home of the Historic Houses Association of Australia, previously the members of the HHT.

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    1. Thanks for this news, Kim. I've added the info to the post.

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  7. such grand trees! thanks for linking in, jim!

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  8. Very impressive building and I love the veranda fence as well as the front fence. Lovely trees as well.

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  9. It is a pretty building! Great fence shot! Happy weekend!

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  10. Beautiful building and I like the railing too around the upper portion of the building.

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