Church Manse: 22a Parliament Place, EAST MELBOURNE
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Building ProfileName : Church Manse
LocationAddress: 22a Parliament Place
City: EAST MELBOURNE
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1891
Original use: Residential (House)
Current use: Residential (House)
Built in the Victorian period in the Neo-Gothic style
This is a house I found on Parliament Place between the Lutheran church and Tasma Terrace. It is beside the new entryway to the new Park Hyatt. It is neither National Trust Listed or Victorian Heritage listed.
The building is a fine example of the Neo-Gothic style adapted to a Australian terrace. The building features gothic tracery on the iron lace balustrades, in the windows as well as stonework. Notable is the use of iron gothic arches in the iron lace verandah supports and also in the windows. The building also features a gable in the Tudor gothic style, with sashes over the windows, and also a floral course line.
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