Cloyne Mansion: 12 Chapel Street, ST KILDA EAST
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Building ProfileName : Cloyne Mansion
Past Names : Cloyne
LocationAddress: 12 Chapel Street
City: ST KILDA EAST
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1887
Original use: Residential (Mansion)
Current use: Office
number of floors : 2
Built in the Victorian period in the Victorian Italianate style
The mansion faces Alma Park West, rather than Chapel Street, with a porte cochére to the south. Both elevations are asymmetrical, in a late Italianate manner. There is a ballroom with an orchestra balcony.
Built for Sir John and Lady Madden.
Has operated as the Salvation Army St Kilda Outreach in recent years.
The porte cochere was destroyed by a fallen gum tree in a storm in 2005, but later rebuilt.Architect: George A. Parsons
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