Sunday, 22 March 2020

Dulwich Hill, St Paul of the Cross, presbytery

The presbytery for the St Paul of the Cross Catholic church, is located on the corner of New Canterbury Road and Myra Road, in the inner west suburb of Dulwich Hill. It was built in 1911 as a one storey bungalow in the Federation style, adjacent to the church. The cottage was extended in 1937 with the addition of a second storey.


  1. I don't know why but it kind of reminds me of a nuns house.

  2. love all the brick, hey, Jim ... hope u r well ... Beth one of the hosts from InSPIREd Sunday. thank you kindly for sharing this week ... glad to see it is going great considering the world concerns right now. hope u get the chance to be restful and relaxing. ( ;

    1. Thanks, Beth. Trying my best under the circumstances.

  3. The delightful, high window at the front makes a huge difference. Edwardian bungalows were sometimes a bit dark.

  4. ...presbytery is a term that I've never heard used with the Catholic Church. A lovely looking building, Jim.

  5. Hello Jim!
    I really like brick buildings. Interesting architecture and a very beautiful picture.
    Hugs and greetings:)

  6. That sounds like a very extensive addition!

  7. An imposing structure, made all the more so by the bold shadows.


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