Join the National Trust Women’s Committee on this fascinating tour into 4 private houses in Millers Point.
Tuesday 9 August, 10.30am-12.30pm or 1pm-3pm
14 MERRIMAN STREET, MILLERS POINT
by courtesy of the owner
Built in 1837 this small blacksmith’s cottage and workplace has been conserved and adapted by Dr Clive Lucas, Clive Lucas, Stapleton & Partners, to provide an outstanding home blending significant heritage with modern comforts.
44 ARGYLE PLACE, MILLERS POINT
by courtesy of Caroline Pidcock and John McInerney
A three story terrace house in a prime position overlooking the historic ‘village green’ of Argyle Place, recently ‘rescued’ from a derelict state to become a stylish home imbued with history.
THE HARBOUR MASTER’S HOUSE, 21 LOWER FORT STREET, DAWES POINT
by courtesy of Mary Sutton and Andrew Jackson
This late Georgian town home has been adapted for modern living by its owners and the architect William Smart, while retaining existing fabric and decorative elements.
$35 National Trust members (only), $20 youth (12-20 years).