Argyle House, Albany facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsArgyle House
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|Town or city||Albany|
|Type||State Registered Place|
|Designated||7 December 2007|
|Part of||Stirling Terrace Precinct, Albany (14922)|
The two-storey building has a rendered brick façade with a hipped corrugated iron roof only just above a parapet wall. A central raised pediment has a bas-relief with the words "Argyle House" inscribed. A single line of arched windows are a feature across the second storey of the building. It was constructed in the 1890s in a style matching the adjacent Edinburgh and Glasgow Houses. The Adelaide Steamship Company occupied the building in 1897, and in 1901 the owner was Elizabeth Dunn. It was awarded a grant of A$28,865 in 2015 to assist with painting, installing a new verandah and windows, and general conservation work.
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