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59-63 Mundy Street, Bendigo. Victoria

This row of three single storey houses caught my eye on the fringe of Bendigo’s CBD.   They are a simple red brick symmetrical row of Victorian era terraces in polychrome and unpainted render.  But what I found most interesting about them was the step profile of the parapet along the side of the end terrace facing Bramble Street which cascades like a waterfall.  The names of the terraces are in a recessed cartouche on each house : “Glentrool” (59), “Garlies” (61) and “Galloway” (63) and apparently named after forests in Scotland.

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