Federation architecture refers to the architectural style of Australian homes built around the decades before and after 1900 AD. This site is a backup to Federation-House.wikispaces.com, which closed down in 2018. The new Federation-House.com site links to these blogs, but many old links to the Wikispaces site are unfortunately still present.
Bathurst landmark, Ithica
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247 Bentinck Street, Bathurst NSW 2795
For sale $875,000+ Construction year: 1897
Ithaca forms a very impressive group of Federation houses, with this being the most outstanding, addressing a corner site opposite Centennial Park, Bathurst NSW..
This house was built in 1897 as a wedding gift for Dorothea Gillkrest by her mother. It was designed by the then young local architect John Job Copeman.
A prominent and well detailed Edwardian house which is well designed for its corner site.
The house allotment was originally held in two parcels of land. One had a frontage of 100 feet to Bentinck Street with a side boundary of 200 feet along Rocket Street.
ITHICA: This heritage listed family home built in 1897 comprises 4 bedrooms, spacious living areas, study and the original coach house which now offers self contained accommodation, perfect as a teenager/parents retreat.
Forms a very impressive group of Federation houses, with this being the most outstanding addressing a corner site.