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Church Residence (fmr)

Author

Shire of Peppermint Grove

Place Number

00781
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Location

62 Leake St Peppermint Grove

Location Details

Local Government

Peppermint Grove

Region

Metropolitan

Construction Date

Constructed from 1916

Demolition Year

N/A

Statutory Heritage Listings

Type Status Date Documents More information
Heritage List Adopted 24 Jul 2018

Heritage Council Decisions and Deliberations

Type Status Date Documents
(no listings)

Other Heritage Listings and Surveys

Type Status Date Grading/Management More information
Category Description
Municipal Inventory Adopted 19 Jul 1999 Category 1

Category 1

Buildings, which due to their character create the atmosphere of Peppermint Grove, therefore should be retained, but may be altered and extended in a manner which is both discrete and sympathetic to the original fabric and character so that a significant proportion of the original building is retained and from the street the additions are seen to be a continuation of the same fabric and character.

Statement of Significance

This single storey, brick, timber and tile bungalow, in the
Federation Queen Anne style, has cultural significance
because:
it is associated with the Sholl and Church families,
both prominent families in the suburb;
it is an exemplar of its style;
it is a comparatively rare example of the style applied
to an asymmetrically designedbungalow;
it has one of the fmest intact verandahs in the suburb
and the original place has a high level of integrity;
it is part of a cultural group.

Physical Description

This is a striking example of a Federation Queen Anne
bungalow,with a superb rhythmic verandah.
The place is one of the best textbook examples of its style,
applied to a large bungalow. The recent additions, whilst
carefully designed to be sympathetic, do intrude on the profile
and the character of the original building. The original place
has a high level of integrity

History

The place was built for Horrie Sholl's daughter Jessie and her
husband Norman Church, son of local Peppermint Grove
businessman John Church. The place was constructed at the
western end of the extensive Sholl family property. During
the second and third decades of the twentieth century a
number of second generation PeppermintGrove children inter
married and built their own family homes in the suburb. This
place at 62 Leake Street is an example of this stage in
Peppermint Grove's history. Considerable historical
significance.

Integrity/Authenticity

Recent large two storey additions and three storey tower and
replacement verandahs and roof

References

Ref ID No Ref Name Ref Source Ref Date
R. Pascoe Western Australia's Capital Suburb, Peppermint Grove

Other Reference Numbers

Ref Number Description
54 Municipal Inventory

Place Type

Individual Building or Group

Uses

Epoch General Specific
Original Use RESIDENTIAL Single storey residence
Present Use RESIDENTIAL Single storey residence

Architectural Styles

Style
Federation Bungalow

Construction Materials

Type General Specific
Wall TILE Ceramic Tile
Wall BRICK Common Brick

Creation Date

11 Mar 2002

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Approved

Last Update

19 Feb 2021

Disclaimer

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