Shop & Residence

32 Harrington St
The Rocks, NSW 2000

As part of a group of buildings occupying the land between George, Argyle, and Harrington Streets and Suez Canal, the site of 32 Harrington Street is associated with the site of the 1788 Assistant Surgeon's residence, later occupied by the first colonial architect, Francis Greenway. Together with 28-30 Harrington Street, the place is associated with the convict builder William Reynolds who is an interesting example of the early 19th century group of pardoned convicts who remained in NSW and practised trades or professions.Over time, the place has been associated with a number of former owners and occupants, however these associations are intangible and the individuals of no particular note.

32 Harrington st, 1980
32 Harrington st, 1980
32 Harrington st, 2001
32 Harrington st, 2001
32 Harrington st, 2010
32 Harrington st, 2010
32 Harrington st, 2020
32 Harrington st, 2020

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