" A photo is a return ticket to a moment in time"

Sunday, 1 May 2011

Strolling around Brougham Place.....

 

One of the many late 1800's cottages along this Lower North Adelaide street
some are detached-houses, others 2 bedroom cottages
all with their own distinct character and cast iron trimmings

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13 comments:

Alan O'Riordan said...

Very pretty. Clearly occupied by a houseproud tenant/owner!

Craig said...

It's a beautiful cottage. I particularly like the tin roof.

diane b said...

What a gorgeous little cottage. Your blog is great. It reminds me of Jennyfreckles' Saltaire

Joan Elizabeth said...

I am always impressed with clipped trees probably because I would never have the discipline to have them in my garden.

jennyfreckles said...

Hi Dianne Thanks for visiting Saltaire! You have some lovely photos on here. I will enjoy getting to know another part of Australia, as well as Brisbane.

jennyfreckles said...

PS Meant to say, these late 1800s cottages are the same date as the village of Saltaire. They're much more delicate and pretty though.

J Bar said...

Beautiful.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Red Nomad OZ said...

What's not to love about North Adelaide!!

Virginia said...

Love this adorable cottage and the great iron fence. Not sure about the shrubbery. Looks like somebody has too much time on their hands! :)
V

Judith said...

Thanks for your visit and comment, Dianne. Your photographs are stunning! I've only visited Adelaide once and that was a while ago (ie years!) but I really liked it. I'm going to have a good look round your blog now.

Ann said...

Nice looking house.

Jack said...

I like the ironwork, but maybe the topiaries should go.

Dianne said...

Jack:- the topiaries are a bit strange but I think they look better in real life than this photo shows.

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