Statement of Significance as recorded under the Queenscliff Heritage Study 2009
No 13 Flinders Street is of historical significance to the Borough of Queenscliffe as a relatively intact and representative example of a modest dwelling of the late nineteenth century in Queenscliffe.
The house is double-fronted, clad with weatherboards and fronted with a hipped bullnose roof verandah. The main roof is an M-hip and like the verandah is of corrugated iron. Fretted timber brackets decorate the capitals of the turned verandah posts but otherwise the house is relatively plain. The original picket fence and gate remain as does the ogeeprofiie spouting. What is probably a mirror plant (coprosmane repens) hedge has overgrown its intended shape.
No. 13 Flinders Street is a single-storey, double-fronted late Victorian weatherboard house with a hipped roof clad in corrugated galvanised steel. A verandah with turned timber posts and a hipped bullnose roof extends across the street-facing elevation. The central door is flanked by double-hung sash windows. There is a rendered brick chimney with a classically-inspired moulding at its top.
The house is set back from Flinders Street within a mature garden, including a large peppercorn tree, which extends along the east of the house.