This area is named after Charlie Spottiswoode (1812 - 1858), an English businessman who owned Spottiswoode & Co. Spottiswoode Park Road connects Neil Road with Keppel Road and was in existence since 1881.
The structure illustrated in the piece is 57 Spottiswoode Road. I cycled past here via Neil Road during the Circuit Breaker. Along with Neil Road, Blair Road and Everton Road, it is part of the Blair Plain Conservation area and has several conserved shophouses of diverse styles ranging from the Early Shophouse Style to the Late Style. One could also find the murals painted by Yip Yew Chong around the neighbourhood.
Located along the same Spottiswoode Park Road, the Spottiswoode Park Estate was also originally a private apartment built in 1973-1977 by the Port of Singapore Authority using HDB designs. The flats were transferred to HDB in 1979. - Lee Xin Li
A3 print: 29.7cm (H) x 42cm (W)
Frame: 42.3cm (H) x 52.2cm (W)A2 print: 42cm (H) x 59.4cm (W)ŒæFrame: 47cm (H) x 66cm (W)(Custom Framed by Framing Angies. Not available for shipping out of Singapore)
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