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Fitzroy North Median Price
The House price is 3% lower than last year.
Surrounding suburbs
Brunswick East$1,081,200
Carlton North$1,469,700
Fitzroy North Median Rent
The Unit rent is 3% lower than last year.
Fitzroy North property sold price
Fitzroy North 3068 Profile
A22 Barkly Street, Fitzroy North
Planning History:
Registered as Victorian heritage
Last updated on - January 1, 2014
Precinct statement of significance
Component streets include:
Alexandra Parade, Alfred Crescent, Alfred Street, Apperly Street, Austin Way, Bainbridge Place, Bakehouse Lane, Barkly Street, Batman Street, Bennett Street, Best Street, Birkenhead Street, Brennand Street, Brunswick Street, Bundara Street, Byrne Street, Church Street, Circle Place, Clauscen Street, Coleman Street, Delbridge Street, Eastham Street, Egremont Street, Falconer Street, Fergie Street, Freeman Street, Grant Street, Holden Court, Holden Street, Hopetoun Place, Howe Street, Ida Street, Ivan Street, Jamieson Street, King Street, Kneen Street, Laura Place, Liverpool Street, Mark Street, May Street, Mckean Street, McKillop Lane, Melville Street, Michael Street, Miller Street, Napier Street, Newry Street, Nicholson Street, Park Parade, Park Place, Park Street, Percy Street, Pilkington Street, Porter Street, Queen Street, Queens Parade, Rae Street, Railway Street, Reid Street, Rowe Street, Rushall Crescent, Scotchmer Street, Seacombe Street, St Georges Court, St Georges Road, Tait Street, Taplin Street, Taylor Street, Tranmere Street, Tucker Place, White Street, Woodhead Street, Woodside Street, York Street.
Statements of significance
North Fitzroy has two sub-areas:
(A) The Government planned section south of Holden St
(B) The privately planned section north of Holden St
What is significant?
Early subdivision
The south section of North Fitzroy (south of Holden Street ) was retained in Crown ownership until 1865, as part of the Melbourne township reserve. This was a ring of land extending 5 miles from Hoddle's original Melbourne town plan that was set aside in 1844 for 'orderly' development in government planned subdivisions. (75)
North of Holden Street, large agricultural allotments had been sold in 1839, their boundaries surviving in the east-west streets of Miller, Barkly and Clauscen Streets. There was also an area, bounded by (approximately) Nicholson, Church, Rae and Scotchmer Sts, that was sold as private quarry allotments in 1851 to encourage production of building stone. (76)
The future suburb was bordered by a road to Heidelberg and the Plenty districts (later Queen's Parade) that ran diagonally to Hoddle's survey grid through the North Fitzroy's Crown reserve. It was proclaimed in 1850 as one of Melbourne's 3 chain (60 metre) gov
20 Jun 2020
Partial demolition for alterations and the construction of a double storey addition to the existing dwelling.
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Nearby Public Transport:
Stop nameTypeDistance
85 Franklin St (Adelaide CityBus14243.2 km
Summit Rd/South Eastern Fwy (CrafersBus14246.9 km
Opposite Cornerstone College/Adelaide Rd (Mount BarkerBus14254.6 km
Information Centre/South Tce (Murray BridgeBus14283 km
Shell Roadhouse/North Tce (Tailem BendBus14288.2 km

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