Bishopscourt

Gothic Revival style mansion at the core of a large villa estate with a magnificent garden. Built of sandstone around an existing cottage it was substantially enlarged to include a chapel and grand staircase with stained glass windows. It has been home of Sydney's Anglican Archbishops since 1911.

Milestone
Constructed
1841
Modified
1850 - 1859
Name
Alternate
Greenoakes
Alternate
Percyville
1841 - 1846
Alternate
Greenoaks
1850 - 1911
Position
1846
1859
1935
Property
Owned by
1841 - 1844
Owned by
1846 - 1878
Owned by
1892 - 1910
Occupied by
1911 - 1933
Occupied by
1933 - 1958
Occupied by
1959 - 1966
Occupied by
1966 - 1982
Occupied by
1982 - 1993
Occupied by
1993 - 2001
Occupied by
2001 - 2013
Type

Bishopscourt

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,
2015

Bishopscourt, which has served as the residence of the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney since 1911, is one of the finest houses in Darling Point, and one of the best Gothic picturesque houses in Australia.

Mona and Greenoaks

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,
2016

Mona at Darling Point was built as a regency villa in 1841. It has been converted to an apartment building. Greenoaks, built from 1846 and developed into a gothic revival mansion in the 1860s, was renamed Bishopscourt after it was purchased by the Anglican Church in 1910.