Built in 1899, by Howard Joseland, for W.G.Parish of the Sydney legal firm Parish Patience and McIntyre. It is believed to be a very important example of Joseland's Federation Queen Anne Style, with arts and crafts details. The design was avant-garde in its time and the house is now rare for the high integrity of its interiors, particularly the living area and the kitchen wing, prominent flying gables with half-timbered effects, over projecting bay windows with leadlight casements and arched porch with stone trim.
Information and photo courtesy of www.federation-houses.wikispaces.com
Posted on Friday, 11 September 2015 by Carol Johnson
Category: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow