The buildings of Melbury Road, Holland Park. . A cacophony of famous residential buildings at an architectural confluence in the late 19th century England. . The street, an ‘art colony ‘ housing famous artists that all selected name architects to design their homes contains fine examples of Gothic Revival, late Victorian, Queen Anne & Arts & Crafts - many of these styles rightly or wrongly set the agenda for much of Melbourne’s post gold rush wealth and design of ‘Victorian City’ buildings. . This one #TowerHouse Designed by William Burges in 1875 & home to Led Zep’s Jimmy Page. . French Gothic Revival in style built with red brick, stone dressings, green slate roof with distinctive cylindrical tower, the interior is even more impressive unfortunately not accessible!