House at 62-63 Lefevre Terrace, North Adelaide

House at 62-63 Lefevre Terrace, North Adelaide

The two semi-detached houses were part of a major redevelopment carried out during the mid- 1880s by Adelaide jeweller Henry Steiner.

This building is part of an important group and highly representative of the boom period house with large projecting bay windows, asymmetrical plan form, and flamboyant detailing. The plan form allows entry from both Tynte Street and Lefevre Terrace, and the building is a local landmark and an important component of both streetscapes. It is one of the largest of this type of building to survive in the city.

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The building is a historically significant example of boom era residential style housing.


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Images of House at 62-63 Lefevre Terrace, North Adelaide

 
Architects
Builders
Building materials
Iron, Cast iron, Render, Stucco, Stone, Bluestone
Architectural styles
2 Victorian Period (c. 1840–c. 1890), 2.6 Filigree
Construction
"mid 1880s" is not recognized as a Boolean (true/false) value.
-
Architecture and design features
Bay window, frieze, spandrel
Engineering features
 
Precinct
Upper North Adelaide
Council Ward
North
Alternative Addresses
Geo-coordinates
Town Acre
870
Planning Zone or Policy Area
Original owners
Henry Steiner
Original occupant
Later occupant/s
Purposes and use
Dwelling, House
AS2482 classification
16010 - House
Public Access
Private residence
 
NTSA ID
State Heritage ID
13524
ACC Reference No.
DPTI Heritage No.
1443
RNE ID
1443
Certificate of Title No.
CT 5442/204 F183774 A502 CT 5775/197 F183781 A509
NTSA file exists
No
Heritage Status
State Heritage listed
State heritage listing
State Heritage listed
Date of State heritage listing
Local heritage listing
Date of Local heritage listing
NTSA listing
Nil
Date of NTSA listing
Section 23 (4) crtiteria
Risk status
 
Historic Themes
4.4 Residential Development, Building Types and Living Conditions
4.4.1 Subdivision and Residential Development
4.7 Memorable Development Eras
 
Australian Curriculum references
Year 5: The Australian Colonies
ACHHK094
 

References

  • ACA, Assessments; MLSA, Historical photographs (Town Acre 870).

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