Follow us on Facebook
+ -

The Long & The Short of It – Nathan’s Terrace

These two house rows were built for furniture retailer Samuel Nathan. The terraces are located on sloping ground rather than ‘stepped’ so the houses have a uniform cornice line, resulting in the villas at the lower end of the street having taller elevations than those at the top of the street. The Shields Street houses had one less room than the Wellington Street homes. The architect, William Wolf, was responsible for many ornamented hotels of the 1880s-90s.

Places by name:

Places by address: