Not far from the White Tower, these modest terrace houses date from the early 20th century but present a clean well-preserved front to King Street, East Fremantle, on the corner of George Street.

These are four single storey terraced houses of brick construction with rendered frontages and corrugated iron roofs. The frontages have a deeply recessed front verandah enclosed by a timber picket fence. The roof line is concealed by a highly ornate parapet that includes the names of the four terraces – Hepburn, Glenlyon, Kyneton & Daylesford. All of these four names are places in Victoria, eastern Australia, suggesting that the houses were built for someone who migrated from there.

46-52 George Street are listed on the Western Australian State Heritage Register. They are also on the East Fremantle Municipal Heritage Inventory and are classified by the National Trust

Camera: Canon Powershot SX30 IS with 35X zoom lens, focal length 4.3 – 150.5mm (24mm – 180mm 35mm film equivalent)

Featured in the Fremantle Port & City Group, 9 April 2011.

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