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Heritage Places of Adelaide


110 Barnard Street NORTH ADELAIDE

State Heritage Place

A large two-storey house, with fine detailing, built in 1867. The house is one of a small number of dwellings designed by Daniel Garlick, a prominent colonial architect. It is an important, distinctive and early example of the grand Victorian house.

Listing Information

  • Date of Listing: 11 December 1997
  • Heritage Listing Criteria:

    Criteria E: it demonstrates a high degree of creative, aesthetic or technical accomplishment or is an outstanding representative of particular construction techniques or design characteristics;

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