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This vestigal pair of Victorian terraces marches up Weynton Street to Piper Lane wedged between a large blocks of 50s walk up flats and a Victorian villa. This pair stands out in the northern part of Annandale which is best known for its “Witches Houses”. Nearby terraces are mostly freestanding terraces and single storey cottages.
Set within a suburb with some fantastic examples of 1880s architecture is this unusual semi-detached pair of Victorian Italianate villas named Agincourt. Each house is asymmetrical, but the pair combines to a unique create symmetry and among the notable features are the campanile-like towers and the restrained ornament used to best effect.