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Covered by trees which means you are unable to appreciate this historic building and it's interesting facade. That said wander the streets behind it in East Melbourne which are filled with well maintained period houses with intricate wrought iron fronts that make terrific photos.
Tasma Terrace in Melbourne is a lovely piece of historic architecture that certainly caught my eye on my way to visit the nearby Cathedral. It is also the Victoria office of the Australian National Trust and as such is a good source of information for...More
This is a gorgeous building but there is nothing to do. When it says shop and gallery I was expecting a room or two exhibiting art or artifacts but the gallery apparently only refers to the room that the shop is in. The building probably...More
Some decades ago this magnificent row of bluestone terrace homes with their elaborate ironwork were in danger of being demolished. They are yet another example of the fantastic buildings constructed in Melbourne in the latter 19th Century when it was then said to be one...More
Tasma Terrace was one of the places we visited during the Open House Melbourne weekend. We'd seen the terrace houses from the outside any times and were pleased to be able to explore the interior.
Other reviewers have written lengthy comments about the history of...More
Tasman Terrace is an authentic architectural part of Melbourne. Built in 1870 and saved from Government demolition, it languishes behind Parliament House. While it retains many of its external decorative features much of the interior is plain and needs restoration. Two rooms have been restored...More
“Tasma Terrace” is one of the finest examples of a 19th century three storey terrace house in Australia and was built for wealthy grain merchant George Nipper as a stylish guest house and family home in 1879.
Plans for the demolition of Tasma Terrace for...More