Castle Ridge Blue Plaque Inscription - Johannesburg Heritage Foundation

Prominently sited on the peak of the Westcliff ridge, the aptly named Castle Ridge is a fine example of late Edwardian residential architecture abounding in hammer-dressed stone from the Westcliff Ridge itself. It rises from the rocks to take up a commanding position with splendid views. It was designed in 1927 by pioneering Johannesburg architects Stucke and Harrison for the timber merchant Samuel Schneier and his wife Taube who lived here for 32 years.

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22 Pallinghurst Road, Westcliff

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