1-3 Church Street, Waverley. Sydney, New South Wales

1-3 Church Street Waverley is an extraordinarily rare row of two semi-detached double storey red brick Edwardian Freestyle incorporating cast iron filigree and symmetrical temple motif  hipped slate roof with terracotta cappings.  (Image by Sardaka)

1-3 Charles Street.  Waverley, New South Wales.  Image by Sardaka

1-3 Church Street. Waverley, New South Wales. Image by Sardaka

It features a small loggia arcade complete with rendered balustrades and custom designed mouldings. The bullnosed verandah features a double storey composition of iron lacework, while the decorated parapet, delineated by a string course cornice effectively hides the roof.

The terraces have an individual heritage listing at Waverley Council and the date is estimated at 1895, although they may well have been built later than that.

One Response to “1-3 Church Street, Waverley. Sydney, New South Wales”

  • Mark:

    We just purchased No 1 Church Street Waverley. We are wanting to see if the property at som e stage had an original “name”…..any suggestions how we might find out – obviously we can contact council.

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