The final piece of an extensive Jackson Teece masterplan, Lober House – and the adjoining Tower House – sit proudly as the centrepiece of Anglicare’s Castle Hill retirement community.


With a long history entrenched in its surrounding community, Lober House was originally built in the 1920’s as the private residence of Rev. and Mrs. Mowell. It then continued its storied journey as a hospice for Anglican ministers. Currently, the facility connects residents as a community hub and provides a regular gathering point for its various clubs and social groups.

New period style doors have been installed to capture and enhance the northerly aspect of the site, allowing easy access to the paved forecourt and an open and inviting connection between the cafe and adjoining chapel. The extensive attention to detail in this space was then completed with the restoration of key heritage features, and the addition of new flooring and furniture, revitalising an environment that has always stuck true to its past.

Project Leadership
Claire Neylan


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