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Displaying items by tag: St Kilda

Friday, 21 August 2015 02:39

Waitara (extant) 19 Hotham Street

A large double storey villa built for Archibald Michie in 1854 to the designs of Ohlfsen Bagge architect..


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Argus 1854.8.31 p.3

Tenders required for erecting a brick dwelling-house for Archibald Michie, Esq., at St Kilda. For plans, etc., apply to Ohlfsen Bagge, architect, 48 Collins-street east.


Argus 1860.1.21 p.7

Tenders:  Thomas Taylor architect (late of Webb and Taylor) invites tenders for several works required to be done in erecting additions and making alterations to the residence of Archibald Michie, Esq., MLA, Alma Road, St Kilda. Plans & specifications to be seen at the offices of the architect, 18 Collins Street East.


Argus 1869.7.20 p.3

Tenders: Crouch & Wilson, architects, invite tenders for additions to residence, Alma Road, for Archibald Michie, Esq. Drawings, etc. at their office, 49 Elizabeth Street.
Published in Alma Road
Friday, 22 August 2014 05:38

Seaforth (Demolished) 1 Esplanade

This site was formed from a subdivision of Crown Allotment 1 in ca. 1843-1846.

Published in Esplanade
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 05:46

Stoke House, 30 Jacka Boulevard

Shelter Pavilion, Shelter Shed, Foreshore Pavilion, Foreshore Tearooms, Stokehouse, Stoke House

Compiled by Peter Johnson 2014

Published in Foreshore
Thursday, 28 November 2013 11:09

Halcyon (Extant) 53 Acland Street

This mansion was built for Annie Dudgeon, a young widow of a convict. She later married Agar Wynne, who was for a time Victoria's Attorney General.

Published in Acland Street
Sunday, 25 August 2013 01:11

Hogan's Terrace (Extant) 18-22 Fitzroy Street

Published in Fitzroy Street
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