Constructed from 1868.

Scientific value suggests the building contains evidence of a type of small scale cottage industry that was occurring in York at the turn of the century. William Lowe. Restricted Burning … Asymmetrical façade with double hung, timber windows and timber front door with fanlight and sidelights and some leadlight glazing. He was a very crafty CEO devoid of ethics and integrity. There is a cellar under both front rooms, now filled in with road base partly excavated. It has a 150 skillion roof which until 2003 continued over a low open rear verandah. Classified by the National Trust Classified 01 Nov 1976. I hope the Residency Museum is provided a copy to preserve as part of Yorks History!

Constructed from 1843. The first keeper was the famous geologist John Phillips. Classified by the National Trust Adopted 05 Mar 1985. Please click here for full safety guidelines and opening information before you visit. Small hipped roofed cottage with a surrounding verandah. At the rear of Police Quarters (fmr), Courthouse and Police Station Cottages.

Municipal Inventory Adopted 04 Feb 2003 (Shire of York), Municipal Inventory Adopted 01 Jul 1998 (Shire of York). Symmetrical form. Constructed from 1900. Register of the National Estate Registered 21 Mar 1978, Classified by the National Trust Classified 1 May 1985, Classified by the National Trust Classified 08 Mar 1983, Verandah features timber posts and balustrade as well as rendered brickwork and columns. Innocent people are in mortal danger.....a race-against-time thriller.THE THREAT 8am: an explosion blasts through a cafe in Central London.THE ULTIMATUM: Minutes later, a call from an unknown terror group warns that a far greater attack will be launched in 12 hours' time.Make what you will of the thrilling book choices?!? Features gables, decorative timber details and rendered/stucco work. Why? Register of the National Estate Permanent 21 Mar 1978. The rich soil and fresh water support lush natural ground. Cottage originally built for railway workers.

The dwelling and its grounds with remnant trees from an early orchard on the site makes a During the early twentieth century it was used as part of the Old York Hospital, later being saved from disrepair by the efforts of the York Society. But when there are more vicious deaths - all of them elderly men known to Yukiko - it becomes a matter of honour to uncover the shameful secret that lies behind the murders. I am very impressed! Butcher's Shop Cottage, constructed from 1863. Brick residence with corrugated iron roof and verandah.