Heritage Places

Heritage Place Details

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Address 154-160 Prospect Road PROSPECT
Accuracy H - high level confidence
Development Plan Prospect Council
Polygon Type P - parcel (from DCDB)
Details (Known As) Two storey attached Dwellings and two single-storey shops
Registered Name
Extent of listing Re Dwellings: Roof excluding chimneys. East wall including bay window projections. Verandah, balcony and balustrade excluding metal staircase. Boundary wall, piers, cast iron lace panels and metal strap fence. North wall including verandah, balcony and balustrade. South wall ending at parapet. Stone wall to south boundary. Shops: East wall including shopfronts and verandah form (excluding cladding). West, north and south walls in entirety
Class Local
Local Heritage Place Class Type -
Authorisation Date 29-JUL-1999
LGA Prospect
Heritage Number 3174
Council Reference PRO:057
Section 23 a - it displays historical, economic or social themes that are of importance to the local area
d - it displays aesthetic merit, design characteristics or construction techniques of significance to the local area


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