A Stately Mansion and a Horse

Essenside was a stately mansion built in 1873 on the northwest corner of the intersection of Moseley Street and College Street, Glenelg. Designed by architect Rowland Rees and built for Captain Edward Meade “Ned” Bagot and his family, Essenside was a superb example of Victorian architecture in the colony of South Australia.

Essenside - photo c 1873 - State Library of South Australia B 10748 by Sweet, Samuel White
Essenside – photo c 1873 – State Library of South Australia B 10748 by Sweet, Samuel White

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