Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Dawes Point, Garrison Terrace

"Garrison Terrace" is a row of heritage listed terrace houses along Lower Fort Street, in the inner city suburb of Dawes Point. This house is located on the corner of Lower Fort Street and Trinity Avenue and was designed by Charles Rosenthal and James Louat and built around 1907 in the Federation Queen Anne architectural style.


  1. Love the white fence and house accents. I always wanted to live in a historical home, but I am not sure I could handle the maintenance!

    1. Angie, it certainly can be expensive to maintain something as beautiful as this.

  2. That's a beautiful house. Wouldn't like to do all the housework though.

  3. An attractive Garrison Terrace - interesting because I do not know much of English architecture, Jesh

  4. Hmmm, they had lots of servants those days to do the housework. Nice if you were rich...
    Thanks for taking part in the "Travel Tuesday" meme.


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