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STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE
A characteristic Edwardian timber house built in 1907. It has an interesting verandah valence incorporating eclectic design motifs.
It is architecturally significant locally in demonstrating eclecticism in decoration of the Edwardian style and as one of a relatively intact and most varied group of 12 in Aberdeen Street.
It is historically significant locally as a representative embodiment of the way of life of the Edwardian period in Newtown.
Intactness: There are French windows under the gable. There is an inappropriate solid brick and mock wrought iron pedestrian gate.
Conditions & Threats: Excellent. Traffic vibration and pollution.
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