Annerly Terrace: 70 Clarendon Street, EAST MELBOURNE
Building ProfileName : Annerly Terrace
LocationAddress: 70 Clarendon Street
City: EAST MELBOURNE
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1910~
Original use: Residential (Terrace)
Current use: Residential (Terrace)
number of floors : 2
Built in the Victorian period in the Romanesque style
The buildings style derives in character from the Norman period of English architecture, using full arch and basket arch arcading on the first and ground floor levels respectively. The columns are rectangular in section, are of face brick and possess foliated cement cushion capitals. Between the plinths of each column cement Classical balusters support a brick and cement rendered balustrade. The brick gable is panelled with cement ribbing underscored by a cement cornice mould. The remaining parapet is crenellated in a scallop pattern. Brick piers divide each house in the row, terminating below the parapet.
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