Cloyne Mansion - 12 Chapel Street. ST KILDA EAST [Walking Melbourne Building Information]
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Cloyne Mansion: 12 Chapel Street, ST KILDA EAST

Cloyne Mansion
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Building Profile

Name : Cloyne Mansion
Past Names : Cloyne

Location

Address: 12 Chapel Street
City: ST KILDA EAST

Postcode: 3183


Construction Details

Built: 1887
Original use: Residential (Mansion)
Current use: Office

number of floors : 2

Built in the Victorian period in the Victorian Italianate style

Notable features

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.

 

History

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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