Works are now complete at ‘Ensor’, Victoria Parade, East Melbourne, a property owned by the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. RBA managed the refurbishment of the roofs and facade of the substantial double storey Victorian villa.

The image above illustrates the decorative incised work to the stucco finish and new colour scheme.

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01 November 2011
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