Kadina, Perth?, Western Australia
|Collections||Intercolonial Investment, Land & Building Company Limited|
Photograph of a single storey brick house with a small side wing, a verandah and an arched bay window with a heavy white framework. The roof is tiled and the ridges are emphasised by being capped with terra cotta crestings. The house features decorative wooden fretwork trim and corner pieces under the veranda and side wing roofs and on the bay window gable, and there are vertical wooden finials on the roof. The house is an example of the Queen Anne architectural style which was especially popular in Perth between 1895 and 1910. This image is one of six similar pictures of houses with names written on them. Three of the house names: Norwood, Clyde and Kadina are also those of ships that brought people to Western Australia in the nineteenth century. All houses have the same type of fence and appear to be new. It may be that they are sample houses that the Intercolonial Investment and Land Building Company staff displayed to prospective buyers of house designs.
|Location:||Perth?, Western Australia|
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