|St John's Church in Halifax Street.|
This morning was one of those beautiful Adelaide mornings. As I ambled from home to the South Parklands, it was a mild 21 degrees, with a gentle breeze. Magic.
|St John's Rectory|
|Street verges plant to roses, lavender and shrubs.|
|A pleasant place for a rest along the way.|
|Past interesting homes.|
|Home of the French Consul in Adelaide|
|A beautiful home and grounds|
|St Corantyn, built in 1891 by Charles Hornabrook. |
The home was also owned by Sir John Lavington Boynthon for many years.
|Ochiltree House, built in 1882 for John Rounsevell.|
The home reflects a Victorian Italianate style with a French influence in the mansard roof.
|South Terrace Croquet Club|
Perhaps in a future post I'll let you in on the hidden pleasures of croquet.