(Photo: © 1982 National Trust of Queensland)
(Photo: © 2011 the foto fanatic)
These four identical semi-detached houses were built in the late 1880s as an investment for Emile Gaujard, a wholesale and retail tobacconist. The houses are on two separate allotments, so that altough they appeared to be a set of four terraces, they could be sold separately in pairs.
The houses were later split into twelve flats, but in 1990 they were restored to their original configuration of four residences, each with six rooms and three bathrooms.
This is the last in our series of West End houses.
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