A solid looking building. An attractive design.
Very nice building and a nice soft light
I like the balconies with the metal railings. Nice design.
It does look solidly built.
You always capture & share so much of interest!
I do not enjoy Sydney's red bricks for blocks of flats, so I am delighted you highlighted the use of sandstone. It is honey coloured and soft in the sunlight. I would love to ask you to compare your photo to my post on terraces in Paddington - same size? same date?thanks for the linkHelshttp://melbourneblogger.blogspot.com.au/2016/07/australian-terraced-housing-that.html
I've had trouble finding info on the origins of these but I'll keep searching.
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Interesting to see buildings in foreign countries. This building must be very Victorian. Do you know when they were built?
Around 1873 it seems.
These buildings have certainly withstood the test of time!
The contrast between the buildings and the fences struct me. They are so different but in one way they work well together. How do you find all these interesting places? #OurWorldTuesday
I like to explore my city. A friend of mine had taken his photo next to the mural I featured yesterday. When I took a trip to photograph it, I discovered these houses just around the corner.
we drove through this area on our way to the SCG when we were in Sydney a few weeks back. If it wasn't so stinking hot I would have asked the taxi to stop so we could walk and look, as it looked so interesting. I hope the weather has settled down for you.
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