19-25 Point St Fremantle
Constructed in 1897
|Town Planning Scheme||YES||08 Mar 2007|
|Municipal Inventory||Adopted||18 Sep 2000||Level 1B||
|Municipal Inventory||Adopted||14 Oct 2000||
|Register of the National Estate||Permanent||21 Oct 1980||
|Classified by the National Trust||Classified||01 Apr 1974||
Terrace 19-25 Point Street is a very fine substantially intact example of an attached terrace of two storey stone residences in the Federation Filigree style dating from the period of expansion of Fremantle in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The place contributes to a substantially intact late nineteenth and early twentieth century streetscape close to the centre of Fremantle.
Terrace 19-25 Point Street is a set of four two storey stone terraces which has an engaged low wall balustraded parapet with decorative pediments. The verandahs are supported by the decorative firewalls and columns. There are cast iron friezes to the ground floor and cast iron balustrades to the first floor. The rendered chimneys with corbelling are intact.
The property was originally listed as the property of the Mechanics Institute. It was listed for school purposes, and later owned by W D Moore. He sold it to George Bland Humble, a schoolmaster at Fremantle Boys School, and a prominent citizen.
In 1897 Terraces, 19, 21, 23 & 25 Point Street were constructed. They were used as a lodging house during the 1970s.
Individual Building or Group
|Present Use||COMMERCIAL||Office or Administration Bldg|
|Original Use||RESIDENTIAL||Terrace housing|
|Other Use||RESIDENTIAL||Terrace housing|
|DEMOGRAPHIC SETTLEMENT & MOBILITY||Settlements|
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