Another bites the dust – Architectural History

house-1

Beautiful windows, doors and fret work

A prime residence spot in St. Clair, Port of Spain shall be the home of the Head Court of Trinidad and Tobago. The house is presently protected by security with guard dogs to prevent any drifters from entering the property and making it their home. It is uncertan if any part of the facade, windows or frete work may be saved or be integrated as part of the new building. By the looks of it, there is no hope. The building appears to be on its last leg of Port of Spain’s architectural history.

house-2

A quite beautiful house soon to be renovated or demolished due to its dilapidated state

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