What is significant? Netherhall, 30-34 Clendon Road, Toorak designed by John AB Koch architects and constructed in 1919, is significant. The significant attributes are the Queen Anne style form, materials and detailing of the flats.
Later alterations and additions including the front and side fences are not significant.
How is it significant? Netherhall is of local historic and architectural significance to the City of Stonnington.
Why is it significant? Historically, Netherhall is one of the oldest residential flats in the City of Stonnington. As one of the first residential flats built along Malvern Road it illustrates the first phase of development after World War I, which was concentrated along the electric tramway routes. (Criterion A)
Architecturally, Netherhall is a rare example of the Queen Anne style applied to residential flats. It is distinguished by details such as the decorative bargeboards, bracketed chimneys and roof lantern. (Criteria B & E)