Tempe House

Categories:

  • Heritage
  • Public

Location:
Arncliffe NSW

Client:
Australand

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Tempe House was constructed in the 1830s for A B Spark of Tusculum, Potts Point as a picturesque rural retreat overlooking the Cook’s River. Designed by the celebrated colonial architect John Verge, its elegant porches, fine interiors, and historic garden elements – including a chapel – were conserved by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects in 2006 as a centre piece for the new urban precinct of Wolli Creek.