Surry Hills Terrace
Terrace houses have been residing in Australian cities since the earliest days of colonial settlement. They represent another English tradition brought out to the colonies. Their subtle details reflect the variation of architectural styles seen in nineteenth century England. Expansive rows of terrace houses were built between 1840 and 1890 as an economical way to house the rapidly growing population of Australia’s expanding cities and regional centers.
Model Scale 1:100 – Approx Width 58mm x Height 122mm x Depth 101mm
Our literature carries interpretation about the history of the buildings, their location, methods of construction, architectural details and historical anecdotes. Instructions included with the model are easy to follow stage by stage diagrams. Glue is required but not supplied.