List of historic houses in South Australia

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This is an incomplete list of Historic houses in South Australia

Name Built For # Street Suburb/Town Local Govt. Fate Notes
Acacias, TheThe Acacias 1877 Gunson, Dr. J. M.Dr. J. M. Gunson[1] 316 Portrush Road Marryatville N P & S, N P & S Loreto College 1878–1919 Sir Edwin Smith
1919 Loreto Convent [2]
Adare 1837 Hindmarsh jr., JohnJohn Hindmarsh jr. Victor Harbor Victor Harbor Uniting Church conference centre Across R. Hindmarsh from Mount Breckan; orig. a cottage "Mootaparinga",
1891 D.H. Cudmore built current edifice
1941
1954 Uniting Church
Almonds, TheThe Almonds 1851 Belt, WilliamWilliam Belt Walkerville Walkerville, Walkerville Private home
National Trust of SA listed
1851 Belt family (93 years)[2][3]

1944 ?
1969 Brown family[3]

Alton 1848 Wark , DavidDavid Wark St. Bernards Road Magill Campbelltown demolished 1936 1872 Daniel Chappell
c. 1880 J. Crane
c. 1888 Robert Burden
c. 1900 E. W. Krichauff
Somerton Crippled Children's Home, about 1939.jpg Alvington 1880? Bickford jr., WilliamWilliam Bickford jr. cnr Bickford Terrace and The Esplanade Somerton Park Holdfast, Holdfast Demolished 1976 1938–1976 "Somerton Home" for the Crippled Children's Association
Arthur's Seat c. 1875 George Tinline,
completed by
Gavin Young
Summit Road Mount Lofty Adel. Hills destroyed by fire 1983 1908 H. Teesdale Smith
1925 Arthur H. Poole
1927 Stawell School
1942 A.W.A.S.
1943 Mrs. Basil Harford[4]
Ashford House.jpg Ashford House 1838 Everard, Dr. C. G.Dr. C. G. Everard 87 Anzac Highway Ashford W. Torrens, W. Torrens Ashford Special School [2]
Aston 20 Edwin Terrace Gilberton Walkerville, Walkerville [5]
Athelney 1858 Prankerd, PeterPeter Prankerd Hackney Road Hackney N P & S, N P & S St. Peter's College [2]

1864: H. B. Hughes
and Laura Hughes[6]
1917: E. B. Hughes

Attunga.jpg Attunga 1900 Burford, BenjaminBenjamin Burford 120 Kensington Road Toorak Gardens Burnside, Burnside Burnside War Memorial Hospital [7]
Auchendarroch House 1878 Barr Smith, RobertRobert Barr Smith 17 Adelaide Road Mount Barker Mt Barker, Mt Barker Wallis Cinemas,
tavern & function centre
[8]
Ayers House - North Terrace - Adelaide.JPG Ayers House 1855 Ayers, Sir HenrySir Henry Ayers 288 North Terrace Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide National Trust Originally named
Austral House[9]
Balmoral 1839 Ind, JosephJoseph Ind Lower North East Road Dernancourt Camp'twn, Camp'twn Retirement village [2]
Barton Vale House 1852 Bowman, EdmundEdmund Bowman 20 Walker Court (off Main North Road) Enfield PAE, PAE Restored, and used by P. & M. Smith diverse businesses 1852 Bowman family

1922 "Home for Wayward Girls"
1947 Remand centre
1980s Restored (Govt. offices)
1991 Sold and subdivided
1995 Smith family[10]

Beaumont house.jpg Beaumont House 1849 Short, Bishop AugustusBishop Augustus Short 631 Glynburn Road Beaumont Burnside, Burnside National Trust Originally named "Claremont" [11]
Benacre 1877 B10639.jpg Benacre 1875 Bickford sr., WilliamWilliam Bickford sr. 6 Benacre Place Glen Osmond Burnside, Burnside Private home T. B. Strangways
Henry Scott
Thomas Graves
1906 John Lewis
1924 Lance Lewis
Listed on the Register of the National Estate.[12]
Birksgate 1872 B10633.jpg Birksgate Hardy, ArthurArthur Hardy
Elder, ThomasThomas Elder
1851 Mira Monte / Urrbrae Mitcham, Mitcham Demolished T E Barr Smith 1897–
[2][13]
Birralee Belair 2011-3 W.JPG Willa Willa
Birralee, Belair
1897
1920
Hamilton, T.T. Hamilton
Burford, WilliamWilliam Burford
49 Sheoak Road Belair Mitcham, Mitcham Private home
Birralee Glenelg 1890 B28924.jpg Birralee, Glenelg Burford, WilliamWilliam Burford 16 Albert Tce (cnr Seawall) Glenelg Holdfast, Holdfast Demolished [14]
Bishop's Court North Adelaide.jpg Bishop's Court 1865 Short, Bishop AugustusBishop Augustus Short 41-50 Palmer Place North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Still in use, but[15] [16]
Briars-1910-PRG280 1 13 488.jpg Briars, TheThe Briars 1856 Hawker, GeorgeGeorge Hawker 15 Briar Avenue Medindie Walkerville, Walkerville 1914 McBride Hospital [5][13]
The Brocas, Woodville.JPG The Brocas ~1843 Newman, JohnJohn Newman Woodville Road Woodville Chas. Sturt, Chas. Sturt Rebuilt 1870[2]
Brookside 1841 Scott, CaptainCaptain Scott 37 Shakespeare Avenue Tranmere Camp'twn, Camp'twn Demolished ~1960
Carclew-1897-B5344.jpg Carclew 1897 Dixson, Hugh Robert Hugh Robert Dixson 11-19 Jeffcott Street, Montefiore Hill North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Carclew Youth Arts Centre[17] Chambers' family home, demolished 1897.
1897 Dixson built "Stalheim".
1908 Langdon Bonython renamed it "Carclew".[2]
~2007 Carminow 1885 Elder, Sir ThomasSir Thomas Elder Mount Lofty Summit Road Mount Lofty Adel. Hills 1885 Elder
~1905 Langdon Bonython[18]
Carrick Hill - front view.JPG Carrick Hill 1939 Hayward, Sir EdwardSir Edward Hayward 46 Fullarton Road Springfield Mitcham, Mitcham Museum [19]
The Cedars 1870s Heysen Road Hahndorf Mount Barker, Mount Barker Museum Purchased by Hans Heysen in 1912[20]
Collingrove 1856 Angas, JohnJohn Angas Eden Valley Road Angaston Barossa National Trust [21]
Claremont
see Hartley Bank
Glen Osmond Burnside, Burnside [2]
Clifton Manor 1852 Sismey, George DeaneGeorge Deane Sismey 16 Waratah Way Stonyfell Burnside, Burnside Private home [2]
Cobham Hall ~1840 Bell, Dr. JosephDr. Joseph Bell 4 Gordon Street Morphettville Marion, Marion Cobham Retirement Homes [2]
Coreega 1883 Makin, FrankFrank Makin[22] Fullarton Road now Carrick Hill Rd. Springfield Mitcham, Mitcham George Riddock 1888
Joseph Florey 1906
Alfred Stump c. 1920
Cosford ~1840 Hawkins, JohnJohn Hawkins 10 Montacute Road Hectorville Camp'twn, Camp'twn Private home [2] Gunton has R. D. Hawkins
Craigbuie 1887 Schmidt, JohannJohann Schmidt Leabrook Burnside, Burnside Private home Orig. owner Alfred Watts[2]
Orig. The Wattles
aka Edelweiss
Craigmellon 3 Edwin Terrace Gilberton Walkerville, Walkerville Private home [5][23]
George Brookman c.1880-1920
Cummins House front c1900.jpg Cummins House 1842 Morphett, Sir JohnSir John Morphett Sheoak Avenue Novar Gardens W. Torrens, W. Torrens Museum and Function centre [24][25]
Delamere 1847 Bartley, WilliamWilliam Bartley Delamere Avenue Springfield Mitcham, Mitcham Demolished ~1950 [2]
Dover House ~1848 Wheewall, WilliamWilliam Wheewall Kensington Gardens Burnside, Burnside Private home [2]
Jg-24-dunluce-castle-03.jpg Dunluce Castle 1912 Macully, AlexanderAlexander Macully Yester Avenue Brighton Holdfast, Holdfast Private home [26]
Erindale 1871 de Mole, E. M.E. M. de Mole Burnside Road Erindale Burnside, Burnside Demolished de Mole greatly extended 1850 house[2]
Essenside 1872 B10748.jpg Essenside 1873 Bagot, Edward M.Edward M. Bagot cnr Moseley and College Streets Glenelg Holdfast, Holdfast Demolished 1972
Estcourt House, Tennyson.jpg Estcourt House 1881-3 Bucknall, F. EstcourtF. Estcourt Bucknall Military Road Tennyson Chas. Sturt, Chas. Sturt F. E. Bucknall
AMP Society
James Brown Memorial Trust 1893–
Eurilla1905-B33591.jpg Eurilla 1884 Milne, WilliamWilliam Milne Mount Lofty Summit Road Mount Lofty Adel. Hills Private home 1884 William Milne
1917 Lavington Bonython
1972 Kym Bonython
1987 ?
1998 J&C Ganzis[27]
Eynesbury House, Adelaide.jpg Eynesbury House 1880 Wilcox, GeorgeGeorge Wilcox 69 Belair Road Kingswood Mitcham, Mitcham Private home [28]
Federation House Baker , Sir Richard Chaffey Sir Richard Chaffey Baker Brougham Place North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Student facilities, Lincoln College Uniting Church
Fernilee 569 Greenhill Road Burnside Burnside, Burnside Demolished for housing development[29] James Gartrell
Forest Lodge 1892 Bagot, JohnJohn Bagot 19 Pine Street Stirling Adel. Hills Private residence For many years summer home of Bagot family
Glanville-hall.jpg Glanville Hall 1856 Hart, JohnJohn Hart Park Ave Glanville PAE, PAE Senior Citizens' club[2] [13]
ca.1930 J. Anderson
Glenara ~1865 Hill, WilliamWilliam Hill Esplanade Glenelg Holdfast, Holdfast [2]
Glynde House Gwynne, E. C.E. C. Gwynne Avenue Road Payneham N P & S, N P & S Private residence Gwynne extended 1838 cottage[2]
THE GRANGE - ADELAIDE.jpg Grange 1840 Sturt, Capt. CharlesCapt. Charles Sturt Jetty Street Grange Chas. Sturt, Chas. Sturt Museum R. F. Newland lived here for some years
[30]
Hartley Bank 1842 Hardy, AlfredAlfred Hardy Glen Osmond Burnside, Burnside Private home 1862: Renamed Claremont by Daniel Cudmore[2]
Hazelwood Cottage 1848 Elder, Alexander LangAlexander Lang Elder 32 Howard Terrace Hazelwood Park Burnside, Burnside Private home [2]
Heathpool 1840 Reed, GeorgeGeorge Reed 16 Hanson Avenue Heathpool Burnside, Burnside Private home [2]
Helenholm 1853 Finlayson, WilliamWilliam Finlayson 1 Finlayson Street Netherby Mitcham, Mitcham Private home enlarged 1915 by W. A. Norman[2]
Heywood ~1855 Whistler, ThomasThomas Whistler (perhaps) 7 Kays Road Unley Park Unley, Unley Private home [2]
Highfield 1849 Drew, EdwardEdward Drew Portrush Road Glen Osmond Burnside, Burnside Business premises [2]
Ilfracombe 1840 Nash, Dr. James Dr. James Nash Burnside Burnside, Burnside Demolished Owned by "Stonyfell" Martin family for 90 years[2]
Ivanhoe 9 Edwin Terrace Gilberton Walkerville, Walkerville Private home [5]
Jordon House ~1860 William Gerrard Daws Road Edwardstown Marion, Marion Demolished Orig. cottage developed Gerrard[2]
Kalymna
Adelaide Miethke House
Oreon House
1874 Hornabrook, CharlesCharles Hornabrook 28 Dequetteville Tce Kent Town N P & S Offices Thomas Graves
Harry Dutton
Edward Holden
Nancy Buttfield
1949 Education Dept.
Oreo Partners
Kandahar, North Plympton.JPG Kandahar 1906 Morish, William HenryWilliam Henry Morish[31] 329 Marion Road North Plympton W. Torrens, W. Torrens Community centre Named in honour of "Earl Roberts of Kandahar"[31][32]
Kingston Historic House.jpg Kingston House 1840 Kingston, George StricklandGeorge Strickland Kingston 48 Kingston Crescent Kingston Park Holdfast, Holdfast Function venue [33]
Kurralta 1844 Wyatt, WilliamWilliam Wyatt Kurralta Drive Burnside Burnside, Burnside Private home Architect:George Kingston[2]
Landunna Rounsevell, JohnJohn Rounsevell 111 Hutt Street Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Naval, Military & Airforce Club [13][34][35]
"the building still occupies an entire unsubdivided Town Acre"
Laurels, TheThe Laurels 1857 Dunn, JohnJohn Dunn 2 Hutchinson Street Mount Barker Mt Barker, Mt Barker Centre of "The Laurels" Retirement Village
Linden ~1850 Hay, AlexanderAlexander Hay Beaumont Burnside, Burnside Demolished 1967 [36] Hay also commissioned "Mount Breckan".
Lochend 1842 Campbell, CharlesCharles Campbell cnr Hill and Hart Streets Campbelltown Camp'twn, Camp'twn restored Open to the public on the first Sunday of every odd month 2-4 pm[37]
Manse in North Adelaide.jpg Manse 1882 142 Tynte Street North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Restaurant [38]
Marble Hill Ruin - Overcast.JPG Marble Hill 1880 Governor of South Australia Adel. Hills Destroyed by bushfire 1955 2009 sold by SA government to private individuals who are funding restoration
Marino 1851 Kingston, George StricklandGeorge Strickland Kingston Kingston Park Holdfast, Holdfast Kingston Park reserve [2]
Martindale Hall.JPG Martindale Hall 1879 Bowman, jr., EdmundEdmund Bowman, jr. Mintaro Clare B&B [39]
Marybank 1842 Shepherd, ThomasThomas Shepherd Montacute Road Rostrevor Camp'twn, Camp'twn Private home home of Fox family over 130 years[2]
Monalta
aka Hope Lodge,
Cherington
~1870 Andrews, R. B.R. B. Andrews Q.C. Main Road Belair Mitcham, Mitcham Blackwood District Community Hospital Other owners include:
A. G. Downer
H.O. Hannaford
Wykeham School
F.J. Blades[40]
Monklands 52 Church Terrace Walkerville Walkerville, Walkerville [5]
Montefiore Way, Sir SamuelSir Samuel Way Montefiore Hill North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Aquinas College [13]
Mountbreckan.png Mount Breckan 1881 Hay, AlexanderAlexander Hay 21-25 Renown Avenue Victor Harbor Victor Harbor Private home and Function centre [41] Hay also commissioned "Linden".
Mount Laura 1922 Ekblom Street Whyalla Norrie Whyalla National Trust [42]
Mount Lofty House 1858 Hardy, ArthurArthur Hardy 74 Mount Lofty Summit Road Crafers Adel. Hills Function venue Other owners included:
Alfred Watts
Frank Stokes
Arthur Waterhouse
J. W. Richardson[43] Destroyed during Ash Wednesday 1983 and reopened after restoration in 1986.
Murray House, UniSA.JPG Murray Park 1884 Murray, Alexander BorthwickAlexander Borthwick Murray 14-38 St Bernards Road Magill Campbelltown UniSA Magill Campus Now known as 'Murray House'.[44]
Nesfield, North Plympton.JPG Nesfield 1880 Davies, EdwardEdward Davies 353 Marion Road North Plympton W. Torrens, W. Torrens Private home [45]
Nurney House 1849 Bagot, CharlesCharles Bagot Cnrs Kingston Terrace, Jerningham Street and Stanley Street North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Private home [46]
Belair Old Government House.jpg Old Government House Governor of South Australia Belair National Park Belair Mitcham, Mitcham Museum [47]
Olivewood 1889 Chaffey, Charles F.Charles F. Chaffey Cnr Renmark Avenue and 21st Street Renmark Renmark National Trust [48]
Paringa Hall 1882 Cudmore, JamesJames Cudmore 195-235 Brighton Road Somerton Park Holdfast, Holdfast Sacred Heart College (Adelaide) Designed by Edmund William Wright

1882 Cudmore family residence
1897 Sacred Heart College

Pines, TheThe Pines Martin, JohnJohn Martin Marion Road North Plympton W. Torrens, W. Torrens Southern Cross Homes [49]
Pomona 1881 Cave, William RendallWilliam Rendall Cave Pomona Road? Mount Lofty Adel. Hills Private home
Romalo House
(orig. Home Park
then La Perouse)
W. P. Auld 24 Romalo Ave Magill Campbelltown Private home 1858 Elizabeth Longbottom
Frank Young
1909 Edmond Mazure[50]
1945 Warren Bonython
[51]
2014 New owners
Rosary, TheThe Rosary 1870s Babbage, BenjaminBenjamin Babbage Donald Street St Marys Mitcham, Mitcham Demolished 1930s Locally referred to as Babbage's Castle[52][53]
"Rostrevor", home of J. S. Reid at Woodforde.jpg Rostrevor 1870s Reid, Ross T.Ross T. Reid Glen Stuart Rd. Woodforde Adel. Hills Rostrevor College J. S. Reid (no relation) 1887–1913
Stangate 1937 3 Edgeware Road Aldgate Adel. Hills National Trust [54]
Struan House.jpg Struan House 1873 Robertson, JohnJohn Robertson Riddoch Highway Naracoorte Naracoorte Lucindale Council Dept. of Primary Industries & Resources SA [55]
Swanscombe 1873 Walker, JohnJohn Walker Fuller Street Walkerville Walkerville, Walkerville Private home 1856 C. B. Young
1928 C. V. T. Wells
J. Slatter
Torrens Park Barr Smith family cnr Carruth and Blythewood Roads Torrens Park Mitcham, Mitcham Scotch College, Adelaide Robert Torrens
1865 W. W.Hughes
1874 R. Barr Smith [13][56][57]
Tranmere House 1898 Hunt, GeorgeGeorge Hunt 3 Kings Grove Tranmere Camp'twn, Camp'twn Private home State Heritage Listed[58][59]
Tremere
("place by the sea")
~1850 Colley, RichardRichard Colley Anzac Highway Glenelg Holdfast, Holdfast Demolished ~1950 Original Glenelg Town Hall
Richard Colley
William Rounsevell
W. B. Rounsevell
Emmett & Sons Ltd.
Undelcarra 1850
1876
Debney, GeorgeGeorge Debney
Simpson Newland
Undelcarra Road Burnside Burnside, Burnside Private home 1850 Debney
1876 Newland
1911 H. Torrens Ward
1919 Simpson family[60]
Urrbrae House.JPG Urrbrae House 1891 Waite, PeterPeter Waite Claremont Avenue Urrbrae Mitcham, Mitcham University of Adelaide [61]
Wairoa 1888 Horn, William AustinWilliam Austin Horn 160 Mount Barker Road Aldgate Adel. Hills Private home [62][63]
Warrakilla 1841 Warland, WilliamWilliam Warland Strathalbyn Road Mylor Adel. Hills Private home Orig. Wheatsheaf Inn
1879 George Goyder
Waverley
(orig. "Waverly")
des. 1864[64] William Sanders 356–364 South Terrace Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide St. Andrews private hospital 1873[65] T. R. Bowman
1915 H. C. Cave
1946 Legacy Club
Weetunga, Fulham.JPG Weetunga 1878 White , SamuelSamuel White 12-14 Weetunga St Fulham W. Torrens, W. Torrens Private home [66][67]
Whitehead 1907 Rymill, A. G.A. G. Rymill 39 Brougham Place North Adelaide Adelaide, Adelaide Principal's residence, Lincoln College A. C. Rymill
Uniting Church
Willyama
( = "Broken Hill area")
1876 Gorger, Dr. OscarDr. Oscar Gorger 12 The Avenue Medindie Walkerville, Walkerville Private home [13]
1886 Charles Rasp
1936 Hew O'H Giles
1987
Wolta Wolta Homestead.JPG Wolta Wolta 1846 John Hope Neagles Rock Road Clare Clare B&B Destroyed in 1983 Ash Wednesday Bushfires and rebuilt in 2007
Woodhouse Hanson, Richard DaviesRichard Davies Hanson Spring Gully Road Piccadilly Adel. Hills Scouts Australia
(SA Branch)
Wooton Lea /
Wootton Lea
Faulding, F. H.F. H. Faulding Portrush Rd Glen Osmond Burnside, Burnside Seymour College F. H. Faulding
J. H. Symon
1873 G. S. Fowler
Presbyterian Girls' College

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