Botanic Chambers: 301-307 North Terrace, Adelaide. South Australia

Botanic Chambers is an an addition to Adelaide’s historic Botanic Hotel designed by architect McMullen and built between 1876 and 1877 to mirror the style of the hotel which also extends toward East Terrace.

Botanic Chambers: 301-307 North Terrace, Adelaide.  South Australia

Botanic Chambers: 301-307 North Terrace, Adelaide. South Australia. Image by Pdfpdf

The very English Italianate terraces were built in bluestone with stuccoed decrations incorporating classical elements including quoining, parapets, faceted bay windows on the ground floor and large aediculed windows on the upper storeys. The terrace has a prominent fence and gateposts which complete the composition.  Cast iron lacework  balconies were later added.  The terraces complement the large collection of classic buildings which line North Terrace.

The terraces are listed on the Register of the National Estate and are of high cultural significance to Adelaide.

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