This building, described in 1869, the year of its erection, as a suite of offices: was put up for G. W. Cotton, a lessee of the Corporation of the City of Adelaide to which the land belongs. The architects were Garlick & McMinn and the builders Crocker & Lawson. The charming street front, with its cantilevered balcony, has remained unaltered except that the western window onto the footpath has been altered to form that of a shop. They remain in uses as offices.
Current status and listings
NTSA Listed, State Heritage Listed
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More recent photo (July 2014) does this fine building more justice perhaps.
Thank you David. That’s a lovely shot of this very beautiful building. Thanks for sharing with us.