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Hathaway, 15 Fitzroy Pl, Sandy Bay TAS
Hathaway, 15 Fitzroy Pl, Sandy Bay TAS

Conjoined Houses,     185-187 St John St, Launceston
Conjoined Houses, 185-187 St John St, Launceston

Arcoona, East Barrack St, Deloraine TAS
Arcoona, East Barrack St, Deloraine TAS

Hillcrest, 29 High St, East Launceston TAS
Hillcrest, 29 High St, East Launceston TAS

Victoria League House, 36 Lyttleton St, East Launceston, TAS
Victoria League House, 36 Lyttleton St, East Launceston, TAS

House & Gardens 2 Bedford St, New Town, TAS
House & Gardens 2 Bedford St, New Town, TAS

Gallery of images of 36 Lyttleton St, East Launceston, TAS, Sold for $1,035,000 in 12 Aug 2008 (Auction) Last Sold $640,000 in Apr 2005

Residential Federation Heritage in Tasmania


1. Search Results for Federation

Originally 57 results found including larger buildings, pruned back to Residential properties.
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Arcoona East Barrack StA Federation style mansion very much in original condition with original furnishings. It is one of the most visually important buildings in Deloraine. The building is an exceptionally good example of its type with a wealth of careful craftsmanship complimenting the exuberance in design.
Deloraine, TAS, Australia
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Bluff House 13 Fort St
A two storey Federation style brick house on an important corner position adjacent to the Fort Mitchell site. The house is complemented by a good garden.
Set atop Bellerive Bluff this historic home enjoys views across the harbour to the city and Mt Wellington. Built in the early 1800′s this heritage listed home is typical of Queen Anne revival architecture. Gallery
Sold $950,000 in Aug 2011
Bellerive, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Claremont House and Gardens 13 Claremont St
The house is significant for the quality of its Federation period additions by Gunns, who were at the time Launceston's master builders and craftsmen. In this case they were building for themselves.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Conjoined Houses 185-187 St John St
The buildings represent an excellent example of one of the rarer types of Federation period buildings - the conjoined house. Both houses are original and intact and show refined picturesque heavily modelled facades.
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A recently restored and renovated town house offering four bedrooms, two bathrooms, well equipped kitchen, dining room and spacious living room situated in the heart of Launceston.
Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Edwardian House Near the Low Head Lighthouse Lighthouse Rd
The Edwardian house near the Low Head Lighthouse is a good example of the Federation Bungalow style of architecture, with its hipped gabled roof and broad verandahs on all sides. The twelve paned windows are unusual for this period.
Low Head, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Esk Farm Farmhouse 752 Illawarra Rd
A very interesting Federation period farmhouse designed by one of Tasmania's best Federation architects, Masters. It illustrates well the adaptation of the style to a rural setting. It is original externally and internally.
Longford, TAS, Australia
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Fairlawn 136-138 Elphin Rd
The house is a noteworthy example of the Queen Anne style of architecture, with an elaborate exterior generally characteristic of the style, and a particularly rich interior design. Tasmanian houses of such quality were rare in the Federation period.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Group of Houses 52-62 Warwick St
An exuberant group of richly modelled Federation townhouses, these buildings occupy a falling hillside location terminating visually in the Holy Trinity Church. A strong relationship is achieved through consistency of detailing to facades.
Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Hargate 191 George St
An excellent example of a Federation style house with many fascinating details including decorated barges and gable ends, highly decorative timber verandah with fine turned columns and balisters, frieze and bracing, projecting bay windows and extraordinary timber fence. The building is complemented by a good garden.
Hargate is a beautifully restored city mansion, built between 1900 and 1903 in the gracious Queen Anne Federation style, by a Mr Joseph Humphreys, as his family home. Hargate, Luxury Heritage Guesthouse
Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Hathaway 15 Fitzroy Pl
'Hathaway' is a two-storey urban residence which is a rare Tasmanian example of the Federation Queen Anne style, demonstrated by its asymmetrical form, tall chimneys, half timbered and pebble dash effect on the gables, an ensemble of varied roof shapes with Marseilles pattern terracotta roof tiles and finials, and fretwork on the verandah.
Sandy Bay, TAS, Australia
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Hillcrest 29 High St
A high quality townhouse from the turn of the century exhibiting many of the features from the Federation style vocabulary including terra cotta decoration, corbelled chimneys, half timbered gables, decorative timber bawustrades, corner bay window with turret roof, leadlight windows, oriels and timber fence. The building is intact and is a powerful streetscape element.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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House 11 Lord St
An unusual house in the Federation Queen Anne architectural style having a tiled roof; terra cotta, ridge end finials (one a grotesque); small-paned, leadlight, casement windows with stained glass Kookaburra and other motifs; shingled gable ends with vents and attic windows; dormers-one very large; tuck-pointed brickwork and areas of (very pronounced) roughcast; and art deco front fence and gates, with high hedge bounding front garden.
Sandy Bay, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Kilmarnock & Entrance Gates & Fence 66 Elphin Rd
This is a fine example of a grand Federation period house which dominates one of Launceston's main arterial roads, making a dramatic impact on the overall streetscape.
A two storey Federation style brick building with magnificent round ended verandah turning on a turret roofed bay projection.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Lemana 74 Elphin Rd
An outstanding example of a Federation style mansion. Important because of the quality of the building, the richness of its forms and details and their intact nature. The excellence of the stained glass work, alone, is worthy of merit. Stables at rear and original cast iron picket fence compliment main house.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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The Elms 452 Elizabeth St
An outstanding example of a large house of world war 1 vintage.It is one of few built at this time and Bridges The Gap Between Edwardian Federation and Californian Bungalow styles. It is intact and has streetscape importance, being part of the upper Elizabeth street precinct. The work of one of Hobarts better known architects bernard Walker.
North Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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The Gables 1-7 Cedar Crt Gallery of Images
This Cedar Court building is one of few examples of the Federation Queen style in Hobart. This example is particularly substantial and rich in adhering to the characteristics of the style.
Cedar Court is one of few examples of Couper's work in Tasmania. Couper was a Melbourne based architect, and completed at least three large works in the Federation style in Tasmania.
Lower Sandy Bay, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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The Lodge 289 Sandy Bay Rd
An excellent and expensive example of a Federation style house in a prominent corner position, in an excellent precinct.
A large red brick, sandstone and stucco Federation style house with terracotta tiled roof and finials, broad verandah along front, and arched top windows (one a bay window) in groups of three.
Sandy Bay, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Victoria League House 36 Lyttleton St
The two-storey building is a grand Federation Queen Anne style house of red brick, pebble-dash, terracotta tiles and timber decoration. The exterior displays a flamboyant wooden verandah, and its details are echoed in the original, matching front fence. Other external finishes include roughcast and tuck-pointed brick walling.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Winmarleigh 55-57 Morris Av
Outstanding late Victorian/Federation style house in excellent condition, retaining internal as well as external details. Grounds now subdivided, but house retains significant landscape setting, including carriageway.
Taroona, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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2. Additional Search Results for Queen Anne


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High Street Group 35-51 High St
A unified yet diverse group of late Georgian and early Victorian houses. The group, located on the east side of High Street, is quite unified in character but contains a range of styles including Queen Anne and Victorian Italianate. Most are larger houses with front gardens and as a group produce a memorable streetscape.
East Launceston, TAS, Australia
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House & Gardens 2 Bedford St
An impressive house of Queen Anne design with asymmetrical and eclectic details. The house is intact and features a corner turret. The building is complemented by a fine garden.
Large Queen Anne style house of red brick with gable tile roof. Half timbered gable ends. Shingled corner turret. Parapeted portico. Bow front porch. Multi-pane leaded casement windows. Stone foundations. Large garden.
New Town, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Woodbine and Front Fence 362 Argyle St
Arguably Hobart's best example of a Queen Anne style house. The dominant upper balcony room adds to the imposing character of the house. The timber and cast-iron decoration exhibit fine craftsmanship. The house is in excellent condition and is a significant element in the streetscape.
North Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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3. Residential Search Results for Edwardian


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Barossa 57 New Town Rd
A large two storey brick and sandstone house of Edwardian date, but of Victorian form.
A distinctive Edwardian house of atypical design, and of streetscape importance. An example of the transition from late Victorian to Edwardian styles, having some Edwardian detail on an otherwise Victorian house.
New Town, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Barton House, Stables and Coach House RA 2464 Macquarie Rd
An Edwardian stone house built about the turn of the century by Russell Gibson on land granted to Andrew Gateney in 1823. The house has a good setting in the landscape above Pennyroyal Creek.
Epping Forest, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Battery Point Urban Conservation Area
Defined geographical unity which has ensured its preservation as a homogeneous historic precinct. Wide variety of architectural styles ranging from early 19th Colonial Georgian through to Victorian and Edwardian period preserved intact as a continuous townscape.
Battery Point, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Birmingham Arms Inn (former) Birmingham Arms Rd
Two storey stone building with attached two storey timber verandah added in 1890-1900 to 1860's building.
A fine intact example of 1860's coaching inn architecture, with Edwardian additions important in their own right. Historically associated with Oatlands former role as a staging point on the Hobart - Launceston Road.
Oatlands, TAS, Australia
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Butler Mcintyre & Butler Building 20 Murray St
Modest Edwardian building given strength to hold important corner position by bold detailing, eg return two storey balustered verandah, stucco mouldings, and by raising building a half-level on rusticated stone base.
Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Clonmel 465 Macquarie St
A fine Edwardian townhouse which contributes to the streetscape of upper Macquarie Street, and is an intact example of its type.
South Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Connorville Garden Connorville Rd
Connorville is an historic homestead garden established in the early nineteenth century and partially remodelled in the nineteen twenties. The garden is rich in cultural features, providing vistas of old farm buildings, and containing nineteenth century tree plantings and a mill stream. The garden has an overlay of twentieth century additions including fernerys, compartmentalised gardens, a pond, rock-edged flowerbeds, and entrance gates (Criterion A 3).
The garden demonstrates predominantly an Edwardian style by the design layout, plantings and features
Cressy, TAS, Australia
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Edwardian House Near the Low Head Lighthouse Lighthouse Rd
The Edwardian house near the Low Head Lighthouse is a good example of the Federation Bungalow style of architecture, with its hipped gabled roof and broad verandahs on all sides. The twelve paned windows are unusual for this period.
Low Head, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Glasslough House and Stable 517 Belle Vue Rd
An original Georgian house given an Edwardian character by extensive alterations and additions. At the rear of the house a small brick stable remains intact. It is of Georgian origin and has fine fanlights over both single and carriage doors.
Epping Forest, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Levenside House 21-25 Henslowes Rd
An unusual combination of a timber Victorian dwelling and a brick Edwardian house linked to form one residence. Although of different periods, materials and forms, the buildings relate well to one another. The hilltop location of the buildings is important in assisting in their contribution to the townscape of Ulverstone.
Ulverstone, TAS, Australia
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Lord St/Sandy Bay Road Precinct
A very good precinct of mid Victorian to Edwardian houses, mostly large ones, in excellent condition. Tree lined Lord Street helps unify the streetscapes.
Sandy Bay, TAS, Australia
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Mimosa 446 Elizabeth St
Mansion with extensive grounds and trees, including row of cypresses to south boundary. Two storey and central entry verandah extended to form balcony. Late Victorian - Edwardian style. Dressed stone, timber verandah and balcony, marseilles tile roof.
North Hobart, TAS, Australia
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New Town Post Office (former) 176 New Town Rd
An excellent example of an Edwardian post office and residence in an important and prominent group of buildings. One of few Edwardian "public" buildings still in near original condition in Hobart, it provides fine visual definition to the northern end of a fine streetscape and precinct.
New Town, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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North Hobart Post Office 412-414 Elizabeth St
An excellent, classic example of a small Edwardian post office, in a prominent and important location. The compact design is well suited to its site and the building is in virtually original condition. The entrance is a strong and imposing element of the composition.
North Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Palmerston House 1440 Saundridge Rd
An interesting house comprising an early cottage with later Victorian decoration attached to a later two storey Edwardian main wing. The complete house is one of sympathetic contrast complemented by a fine garden. The relationship of the house to the immediate landscape is important.
Poatina, TAS, Australia
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Penghana 32 Esplanade
A large Edwardian building being the managers residence of the Mount Lyell Mining Company. Built about 1895, the siting of the house atop a hill at the axial end of the main street exemphfies the social position of the incumbant resident. Complemented by a fine garden the house and its topographic location are essential features of the townscape of Queenstown.
Queenstown, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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The Elms 452 Elizabeth St
An outstanding example of a large house of world war 1 vintage.It is one of few built at this time and Bridges The Gap Between Edwardian Federation and Californian Bungalow styles. It is intact and has streetscape importance, being part of the upper Elizabeth street precinct. The work of one of Hobarts better known architects bernard Walker.
North Hobart, TAS, Australia
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Register of the National Estate
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Touchwood Cottage With Curved Stone Wall 31-33 Church St
Single storey cottage with stone wing and wall at rear. Georgian style random rubble stonework front section rendered. Mr William Staghouse Smith who built many of Stanley's early homes and other buildings incorporated a dairy. He became the owner c.1900 and added a verandah and Edwardian gable.
Stanley, TAS, Australia
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Treherne and Garden 158 George Town Rd
Two storey weatherboard Victorian house constructed in two stages (the top floor several years later). Elegant two storey verandah around three sides, twin timber posts supporting cast iron balustrade. Edwardian pediment added over central portion. Hipped roof with eaves supported by brackets. Bay windows on ground floor. Central staircase with cast iron banisters.
Mayfield, TAS, Australia
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Winton and Outbuildings Valleyfield Rd
An Edwardian house with Georgian outbuildings built and still occupied by the Taylor family who have a strong tradition of superfine woolgrowing. All the buildings are in excellent condition and have a fine landscape setting.
Campbell Town, TAS, Australia
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