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Baker’s Terrace: 156-184 Lake Street. Perth, Western Australia

This row of fifteen double storey terraces, erected in 1897 is the longest remaining in Perth and Western Australia and has an intriguing history. Named after cartage contractor Robert Baker,1 it was condemned by the government in the 1950s and only narrowly escaping the wrecking ball.2

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  1. A Brief History of the Suburb Perth. Town of Vincent Local Studies 2005
  2. Town of Vincent Local Studies 2005

237-239 View Street, Bendigo. Victoria

This pair of unnamed red brick “blood & bandage” style Edwardian terraces in regional Bendigo is interesting, impressive and simple at the same time.  The terrace is set back on the block on a steep hill overlooking the city on a street filled with terraces and villas.  Although they are single storey, they have the commanding presence of a double storey terrace which is aided by the tall staircase ascending the retaining wall and the courtyard below. 

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