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Leslie Cottage: 4 Cameron Street, Coburg. Melbourne, Victoria

Sitting all by itself, without any heritage protection and surrounded by sprawling modern factories but in remarkably good condition is this little Coburg gem.  It certainly is an unusual sight with its spectacular display of polychrome brickwork patterns of zig zags and diamond under the window, its elaborate ironwork including spiral window columns, classical verandah supports, brackets and frieze and its highly decorative parapet and party walls.  Perhaps it is a “nail house” and someone lives there or perhaps it has been adaptively used as a small office or something.

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19-41 Railway Place, Coburg. Melbourne, Victoria

This row of twelve terrace homes that lines the Upfield railway line in suburban Coburg is not only one of the longest but one of the most northern Victorian terraced streetscapes in metropolitan Melbourne.

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