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Uridge Terrace: 91-101 Frederick Street, Ashfield. Sydney, New South Wales

In suburban Sydney’s Ashfield lives this row of six double storey Victorian houses built in 1882 built by William Web. Originally part of a larger row including a shop and residence, this row remain, is on the Register of the National Trust (NSW) and was locally heritage listed in 1991.1
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  1. Ashfield Heritage Study http://www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au/files//heritage_items/91-101_frederick_st.pdf

Nepean Terrace: 128-132 Gipps Street, East Melbourne

Nepean Terrace is a significant early terrace in East Melbourne near the Fitzroy Gardens. Architecturally, it is from an era before iron lacework became popular. Instead the regency style inspired design features a single storey verandah of concave roof with an arcade of arches supported by paired wooden posts. The brackets feature elaborate carvings of floral patterns, as do the party walls and ledges with their finely moulded corbels.

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15-23 Hurtle Square. Adelaide, South Australia

Another row of double storey terrace houses in Adelaide’s Hurtle Square, this time a row of four which I find interesting for its contrasting use of corrugated iron verandah roof forms of the end terraces. The verandah of the remodelled house at 23 Hurtle Square breaks the rhythm and adds interest through its concave roof, contrasting detail and colour scheme.

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