The Coonans Hill Precinct, comprising houses at 1-45 and 2-58 Carrington Street, 1-43 and 2-52 Disraeli Grove, 1-45 and 2-44 Graham Street, 1-51 and 2-46 Grundy Grove, 1-41 and 2A-24 Louisville Avenue, 9-57 Melville Road, 1-53 and 2-60 Prendergast Street, 2-44 Walhalla Street, 1-59 and 2-74 Ward Grove, and 25-99 Woodlands Avenue.
How is it significant?
The Coonans Hill Precinct is of local historical and social significance to the City of Moreland.
Why is it significant?
The Coonans Hill Precinct is of local historical significance for its association with the first colonial settlers and early farming in Coburg.
The Coonans Hill Precinct is of local historical significance as an area of substantially intact modest Inter-War housing constructed on late-19th century subdivisions, which represents the suburban expansion that occurred in Coburg following World War One.
The Coonans Hill Precinct is of local social significance as an area which is commonly identified as a distinct precinct within Pascoe Vale South. Features which contribute to this identification include high levels of integrity of historical housing, consistency in scale and setbacks and a hilly topography, all of which create cohesive and homogeneous streetscapes.