Thursday 18 January 2024

Millers Point, shops and houses

This heritage-listed building is located on the corner of Argyle Place and Windmill Street in the inner city suburb of Millers Point. It is one of a row of terraces which have commercial on the ground floor with residential space above built around 1906 in the Federation style.
Linked to: Signs, Signs, Wordy WednesdayLittle Things ThursdayThankful Thursday.


  1. I love old buildings. Beautiful.

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  2. It is such an unusual looking building, Jim.

    1. I do wonder whether any awnings or decorations have been removed.

  3. I like the curvature of the building, literally round the corner!

  4. I followed the link and read about it on Wikipedia. This building has seen so much. It's worth being put on a list. Why are there bars (is that a good English word) on the windows on the ground floor? My blog:

  5. I always enjoy seeing old building being saved and put to use. Thank you for linking up.


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