This simple home with its trim little parapet wall and attic bedroom for servants, dates from the 1840's. Beneath the brick exterior however, lies a secret. The original home was in fact one of Henry Manning's prefabricated timber cottages, shipped out from London and erected here around 1839 by Henry Watson, ... Continue Reading »
Pennington Terrace Sites
This house, built in 1875 for W.A. Horn for his own occupation, can be attributed to Rowland Rees, architect. In 1953, it was brought as the Master's Lodging for St Mark's College, a residential college of The University of Adelaide.