What is significant?
The house, constructed c.1957, at 15 Rutland Road, Berwick.
How is it significant?
The house at 15 Rutland Road, Berwick is of local aesthetic significance to the City of Berwick.
Why is it significant?
Aesthetically, it is of architectural significance as a good example of a post-war house that demonstrates the influence of notable modern architects such as Robyn Boyd, and may have been inspired by the Boyd-designed house at No. 11 Rutland Road. (AHC criterion E1 and F1)
The c.1957 house at 15 Rutland Road, Berwick is a long rectangular residence with a flat roof (material unknown), located on a site that slopes with the house. The walls are clad in narrow horizontal weatherboards with large timber framed windows. The verandah along the front (south-east) elevation is simple with square section timber posts and a simple timber balustrade. There is a painted brick chimney/s.
The house is surrounded by an established garden including a number of large mature trees in the front yard.