Heritage Places of Adelaide

Hawker House (former Dwelling), St Mark's College

55 Pennington Terrace NORTH ADELAIDE

State Heritage Place

This house, built in 1883, has been associated with several notable South Australian families. It was built for Arthur Waterhouse, who was involved in many entrepreneurial and commercial enterprises. Subsequent owners have included the brewer, Alfred Simms, who co-founded the South Australian Brewing Company and Evan Kyffin Thomas, whose family was closely associated with the establishment of the 'South Australian Register' newspaper (HSA, 2/2000).

Listing Information

  • Date of Listing: 11 September 1986

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