Grand Edwardian Interiors in Victoria, South Australia and in Queensland

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44 Mary Street, St Kilda West VIC 3182 (1904)


One of St Kilda Wests’ most elite properties. This grand St Kilda West house with links to Nick Cave and his band the Bad Seeds was on song at auction on the weekend (23 Sept 2017), selling for almost $4 million.[1]


A grand home on St Kilda West’s Mary Street, which boasts one degree of separation from home-grown music idol Nick Cave is on the market.
44 Mary Street, St Kilda West
44 Mary Street, St Kilda West

Significance


This substantial Federation period residential complex is in intact condition, and incorporates distinctive attic additions dating from 1924 and undertaken by important architect H V Gillespie.
  • The building's plan form and appearance responds to its prominent corner location, with the main verandah, front door and entrance hall addressing the gate at the street intersection and the largely symmetrical side elevation to Canterbury Road finely composed with a pair of gables separated by an arched recessed porch.
  • The attic additions comprise an additional bedroom, sleepout and a billiard room (complete with dais), and were constructed to the designs of the architect H.V. Gillespie for the then owner H.L.E. Lovett. The corner bay windows ignore the simple hipped roof composition of the original building and the materials used, such as the timber shingles, derive from Interwar Arts and Crafts practice. The eccentricity of this detail and the low proportions of the windows themselves are all characteristic of Gillespie's work and important to the character of the addition.[2]
44 Mary Street, St Kilda West VIC 3182 with Art Nouveau leadlight and fretwork
44 Mary Street, St Kilda West VIC 3182 with Art Nouveau leadlight and fretwork
  • Built in 1904, the four-bedroom Edwardian at 44 Mary Street has preserved features from period styles, including Queen Anne, Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts.external image DCW8kaeXMdZQJjZ0mFr4sZcNgqVv3jyaRZS7ivZxsFfro5WbW554kK_vDbRn8KUYeNeHecIbrJXHSKjjR7E=w330-h220-rwexternal image -Ix_U0dXnGz_YR4Dv2Tt7kyE3wQM0IRpvXc0ajnWTuovNwkI9wHE9J12-hUZFObRUNvlDOrYdKBd5waD0_4=w330-h220-rwexternal image iPipxj_f0XdEvQM8Ms0e_yuffwr7WyPWuJcM8Aq4N7tMJSHzmWkME6vRwbtqEm_E9k3FcdeAosErDLB4i7k=w330-h220-rwexternal image TVgpBMsZjE5JRoF_4sCJ5u9IjlX6tPJkHHD0O--yPPWsH0tQaPFQmzXcyo0019hlPG_shkXOKqpsWJ-35-E=w330-h220-rw
  • Craftsman built in 1904, this enchanting heritage masterpiece showcases refined designer sophistication and impeccable artisan detail evocative of early 1900’s elegance and grandeur.
    Frieze of William Morris wallpaper and elaborate Edwardian timber mantlepiece
    Frieze of William Morris wallpaper and elaborate Edwardian timber mantlepiece
  • Commanding a significant corner position on an allotment of approx. 682sqm this regal family manor spans over two palatial levels of unsurpassed timeless luxury with a commitment to quality and attention to detail.
    Entrance porch to the significant corner position of 44 Mary Street, St Kilda West, showing elaborate Art Nouveau decoration
    Entrance porch to the significant corner position of 44 Mary Street, St Kilda West, showing elaborate Art Nouveau decoration
  • A rare opportunity to secure a piece of Melbourne's architectural history.
  • Picturesque forecourt with vistas of the exquisitely landscaped garden and tessellated porch.
  • Entrance foyer with bespoke leadlight panelling, original Tasmanian pine flooring and dramatic high ceilings.
    Original Tasmanian pine flooring and dramatic high ceilings with whimsical frieze
    Original Tasmanian pine flooring and dramatic high ceilings with whimsical frieze
  • Original and fully-intact, ornate Victorian ceiling details grace the foyer and adjacent formal dining and sitting rooms complete with crystal chandeliers’, bay window, 12ft fireplaces’ and signature William Morris wallpaper.
Frieze is of signature William Morris wallpaper.
Frieze is of signature William Morris wallpaper.
Grand central hall follows generously proportioned bedroom with iron fireplace, BIR and bookshelf. Bathroom with indulgent claw foot bath, large shower and detached laundry.




  • Executive study adjoins glamorous sun-lit Master Suite with bay window seating, original fireplace and walk-through-robe into ensuite featuring his and hers marble vanities.
  • Deluxe Italian marble kitchen with 6-seat island breakfast bar; appointed with dishwasher and SMEG oven. Hidden trap-door reveals cellar with wine rack and storage.
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Unique first-floor extension was completed by famous eccentric architect H.V Gillespie who worked on landmark designs including The George Hotel.
Bay window and ornate ceiling decoration
Bay window and ornate ceiling decoration
  • Exquisitely restored timber staircase leads to majestic upstairs retreat with expansive multiuse living/rumpus zone showcasing intricate ceiling detail and circular bench seating.
  • Sale listing and photographs

21 Sandergrove Road Strathalbyn, SA (1926)


Diane Heitmann is an avid collector of 18th century furniture, and her Strathalbyn SA home is a true reflection of times gone by.
  • Purchased as a renovator in 1989, the three-bedroom property at 21 Sandergrove Rd, has since been lovingly restored with both Victorian and Edwardian influences clearly visible inside and out.

“One day we went out for a drive to Victor Harbor and saw this home. It was terribly run down but I thought it would make a good project.
  • “It was a good time in my life to have a project and it’s given me a lot of satisfaction over the years.”
  • The circa-1926 home now exudes a sense of grandeur without compromising its homely atmosphere.
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Edwardian style included timber decoration in natural colour
Edwardian style included timber decoration in natural colour

Miles Lewis:


Edwardian houses tend to be, as on the outside, less elaborate.They tend to have more Art Nouveau character.
They tend to have a lot of varnished timberwork.[3]
This bathroom has a Victorian style wash basin and Victorian geometic tiling.
This bathroom has a Victorian style wash basin and Victorian geometic tiling.
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Miles Lewis:

In the Edwardian period, the fireplace often has a timber surround of a somewhat Art Nouveau character, and is often tiled, and, very commonly, you have a complete tiled recess and the fire's made on a hob, an iron hob, standing within the fireplace.
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The property features a versatile layout, which includes a formal dining room with a fireplace, a sitting room with gas heating external image 2-zL_C4zYn0cXe_68Hjar-_B0FSqZU-OcOH4MGzvq_2yI3mWCj0miQg3jhxNrjVfT4NWa0CGiF-GOiCMh1k=w330-h220-rwexternal image smu3XOQLhWjTvDUQlj5zPDjo1apiDT4SnDgz0iEXCw63czTLsbEq0oC-bWYnMJA7Z_TVAwgH3OPGIOniV7Y=w330-h220-rwMiles Lewis:

You often have a picture rail, well below the ceiling height, which was the fashion of the time, often in stained timber.

A Tasmanian oak kitchen, designed and built by Spacecraft Joinery with Cesar stone benchtops, a Miele ‘three-stacker oven’, gas hotplates and a large pantry.
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  • The kitchen overlooks a family room, complete with a combustion heater and a picture window.
Miles Lewis:

"The fashion for natural materials - Arts and Crafts and so on - gave rise to naturally finished timber taking over from marble."
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The master bedroom is at the rear of the home and features French doors that open out to a large entertaining deck.
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Stained glass windows towards the front of the home became increasingly popular during this period and often incorporated native Australian fauna and flora motifs and geometric designs.
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The Queen Anne revival used white painted timber fretwork, as visible here
The Queen Anne revival used white painted timber fretwork, as visible here
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30 Ashton Street Wynnum (1900)


Marketing agent David Lazarus, of Belle Property Manly, said this Queenslander had the grace of yesterday combined with modern functionality.
  • Upstairs, there is a combined kitchen and dining area, living room and sitting room with VJ walls, timber floors, high ceilings and sash windows.
30 Ashton Street Wynnum QLD
30 Ashton Street Wynnum QLD
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The four-bedroom home with VJ walls, wraparound veranda and gable roof is on a 1315sq m block.
  • Marketing agent David Lazarus, of Belle Property Manly, said this Queenslander had the grace of yesterday combined with modern functionality.
  • Upstairs, there is a combined kitchen and dining area,
    Notice the Art Nouveau leadlight patterns in the furniture and above the doors. The kitchen has timber cabinetry and a freestanding gas cooker.
    Notice the Art Nouveau leadlight patterns in the furniture and above the doors. The kitchen has timber cabinetry and a freestanding gas cooker.
  • living room and sitting room with VJ walls, timber floors, high ceilings and sash windows.
    VJ Walls = Vertically Joined Timber walls, with dark brown furniture
    VJ Walls = Vertically Joined Timber walls, with dark brown furniture
  • The four-bedroom home with VJ walls, wraparound veranda and gable roof is on a 1315sq m block.
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From the stunning sash windows to the classic gable roof, this meticulously maintained over 100 year-old Queenslander captures the grace of yesteryear with modern functionality.
  • The upper level boasts traditional features throughout with high ceilings,
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    a large wrap-around veranda, original leadlight and stained glass windows, French doors, original fixtures and fittings, VJ walls and ceilings with ornate ceiling roses and wide plank polished timber floorboards.
Plaster Ceiling Rose, leadlight glass and stained timber decoration
Plaster Ceiling Rose, leadlight glass and stained timber decoration


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Lower Level :
A rumpus room with built-in wet bar, a laundry, bathroom and study
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Two of the four bedrooms open to the veranda through french doors
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  1. ^ http://www.news.com.au/finance/real-estate/melbourne-vic/elite-st-kilda-west-house-with-nick-cave-connection-sells/news-story/db6b1ba3fc8f3a4d47ff7aa11b81831d
  2. ^ http://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/PPHR_V17_-_Volume_5_(M-R)_Part_1.pdf
  3. ^

    Miles Lewis, "Style and character in Edwardian architecture"
    https://cv.vic.gov.au/stories/built-environment/what-house-is-that/miles-lewis-style-and-character-in-edwardian-architecture/