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12-24 Waltham Place, Richmond. Melbourne, Victoria

The group of seven modest double storey working class terraces was built in 1890 to the design of H.M. Parlett on land beside the former Bedggood shoe factory in a narrow poorly planned street typical of those in the Richmond Hill area.  It is actually two rows separated by a very narrow lane and slightly stepped up the hill from one another, a row of four and the higher row of three.

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  • admin: I think what this shows PeteS is 343 with its pre-modified facade (complete with the tiny strip of balustrade...
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  • Nicole: Hi there Hoping you may have some further details about these terraces. I am moving into 184 soon and...
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