Four Former Stone Terraces - Archaeology
Statement of SignificanceThe site of the four former stone terraces has archaeological potential. The research value of the site lies in the potential of the archaeological resource to provide knowledge of the early land use of the site.
Residential buildings (private)
Construction Years: 0 - 0
Physical Description: Built By: 1850s demolished 1930s, site has been paved but not built upon.
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Historic Notes and Themes
Historical notes: Terrace houses constructed by 1850s, demolished 1930s. Site has been paved and is now pedestrian thoroughfare. It has not been built upon, leaving a potential archaeological resource.
Research significance: The site of the four former stone terraces has archaeological potential. The research value of the site lies in the potential of the archaeological resource to provide knowledge of the early landuse of the site.
Intact assessment: Archaeological potential of the site is high
Physical condition: Assessment Condition: Partly disturbed Assessment Basis: Demolished in 1930s to continue what is now Playfair St through to Atherden. No subsequent site development. High archaeological potential.
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