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12 and 12A Western Beach Road, Geelong. Victoria

Commanding a sweeping elevated view over Corio Bay and foreshore cliffs near central Geelong, this pair has a great deal of history, having been altered several times since their first construction in 1854 as a single house built by Andrew and Elizabeth Martin, modified in 1880 by Charles Anderson and extended by his widow, Sarah, in 1895 to become two terrace houses.

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1-3 Church Street, Waverley. Sydney, New South Wales

1-3 Church Street Waverley is an extraordinarily rare row of two semi-detached double storey red brick Edwardian Freestyle incorporating cast iron filigree and symmetrical temple motif  hipped slate roof with terracotta cappings.  (Image by Sardaka)

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