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Mooramie House

August 11, 2009

Mooramie House is a new, two-storey addition to an existing Federation-style cottage. The mass, proportion and simple architectural expression of the rear addition is sympathetic and respectful to the existing building fabric. Alterations to the rear are not readily visible from the street, which has helped reduce impact to the heritage significance of the existing […]

Mooramie House is a new, two-storey addition to an existing Federation-style cottage.

The mass, proportion and simple architectural expression of the rear addition is sympathetic and respectful to the existing building fabric. Alterations to the rear are not readily visible from the street, which has helped reduce impact to the heritage significance of the existing dwelling.

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