Here we have a row of four terraces in Paddington. Not in the best of streets, neither in the best of conditions – on the outside. There is no date on the battlement as there is on other job-lots, but my guess is between 1885 and 1895. They have a terrible aspect, in the lea of a hill with their facade facing into another rise to the south. Well, not terrible; just not ideal. Just a couple of blocks from Five Ways is good, though.
Tivoli - Rugby - Bronte
All these names are identifiably English, for one reason or another. Then, we have Glendaruel, which I thought initially to be Welsh but research proves to be Scottish. According to Wiki, Glendaruel is a glen in Cowal, Argyll, Scotland. And the filigree is so very different.
Bronte - the peachy one - was traded in October 2010 but the price withheld. My guess is between $1.25 and $1.5 million. It has 88 sqm of land whereas Glendaruel has 189 sqm of land. Only two bedrooms and one bathroom.
It has to have been constructed at a different time from the other three.