Category:Hohenheim Hall, Parktown, Johannesburg
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English: The house, known as Hohenheim was built for Lionel Phillips (see: Villa Arcadia, Johannesburg) by his firm, Eckstein's Company and was begun in 1892, completed in 1894. In 1898 it was given to Sir Percy Fitzpatrick who lived there until 1908. It was one of the first houses to be built in Parktown. It is usually found attributed to William LECK but is not mentioned in LECK's FRIBA nom papers (1904). But it is mentioned in EMLEY's nomination papers (1904). Hohenheim, now demolished, became the Otto Beit Nursing Home for a time.