|Also known as||Corner of Walsh and William Streets|
Timelapse Building Images
photgrapher: Graeme Butler
National Trust Classified building listed on the Victorian Building Register.
Royal Standard Hotel
333 William Street, West Melbourne.
“This stucco front is remarkable for the beauty of the uninterrupted cornice, quoined corners, and unusual pairing of the finely proportioned hooded windows, softened by slim louvred shutters”
source: Early Melbourne Architecture 1840 to 1888 by Geoffrey Cumberlege
Subsequent Building Alterations
Heritage Significance and Listings
|Heritage Listings and Explanatory Notes|
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