House in Melbourne, Australia. these old gingerbread terrace houses are common in parts of australia but almost always have white wrought-iron lace on a dark brick facade. this one is nice as they have reversed the colours.
Grasmere is another fine example of the extravagant Victorian Filigree architecture located on Royal Parade in the Melbourne suburb of Parkville. The facade features decorative head and floral mouldings with an impressive parapet and cast iron lace work.
The Majorca Building is a neo-Romanesque eight-storey building in Melbourne, designed and constructed between Located at Flinders Lane, it was designed by Harry Norris, one of the most prolific architects in the city during the and
also-can: Victorian terrace houses, Parkville. I can’t say these are my favourite Victorian terrace houses because these are as common as muck in Melbourne town, but I do have a fondness for polychromatic brick and lacework of the cast iron variety.
These immaculately restored and richly detailed twin Victorian Filigree terrace houses - Falkirk and Helensburgh - were completed in 1887 and are a highlight of South Melbourne's Nelson Road. The detail in the parapets and iron lace work is immaculate.
The Former Martin & Pleasance Building Melbourne - c. 1898 -- This highly modeled façade of layered pilasters and mouldings, enriched with a lively parapet and coloured tiles, is typical of the work of F M White. It was built in 1889 as offices and the main dispensary of Martin & Pleasence, Melbourne’s leading purveyor of homeopathic medicines, a popular 19th century curative.