257 Adderley Street

257 Adderley Street
West Melbourne VIC 3003
photographer: Sue Scarfe

Also known as
Previous Address
Constructed 2/5/1870
Builder William French

Timelapse Building Images

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Land Details

1. 1895 MMBW map, allotment 1 within Section 93.

2. First crown land purchaser – Mr. W. French

Building Details

Notice of intent to build.

Street: Adderley Street

Number: 3893. Date 2/5/1870

Owner & Builder: William French

Fee: 1.0.0

Type: Cottage, with a private back yard garden.

Other significant building works carried out by William French can be found here.

Burchett Index

Subsequent Building Alterations

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Architectural Features

  • Gate
    Cast Iron

    Sue Scarfe photographer

  • Doors

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  • Building Ornamentation

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  • Building Ornamentation

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  • Windows

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  • Lacework
    Cast Iron

    Sue Scarfe photographer

Heritage Significance and Listings

Heritage Listings and Explanatory Notes


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From To Resident More Info Data Source
1871 1871 Thomas and Elizabeth Hulse t.b.a

Social History

Thomas & Elizabeth Hulse lived on the south side of Adderley Street between Hawke & Abbotsford Streets in 1871, close to the corner of Abbotsford Street next door to Henry Cropley’s livery stables who was at 255 Adderley Street.

Researched by Stephen Hatcher

Sands & McDougall directory

Context and Streetscape




Other Information


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