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Burnley Median Price
House$1,503,700
Unit$473,900
The House price is 1% lower than last year.
Surrounding suburbs
Hawthorn$2,547,000
Richmond$1,472,800
South Yarra$2,351,500
Toorak$3,199,000
Burnley Median Rent
House$680
Unit$383
The House rent is 12% higher than last year.
Burnley property sold price
Burnley 3121 Profile
A4 Parkville Street, Burnley
Distance:4.4 km to CBD; 239 meters to Burnley Station [Transport]

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Planning History:
Registered as Victorian heritage
Last updated on - January 1, 2014
Precinct statement of significance
Component streets include:
Adam Street, Barrow Place, Crimea Street, Gibdon Street, Loyola Grove, Madden Grove, Parkville Street, Stawell Street.
Statement of Significance
What is significant?
Golden Square is part of crown allotments 14 and 15, originally part of the Colonial Police Reserve or Police Paddocks, used for the agistment of horses by the police forces in Melbourne. It was subdivided and sold by the Government during the 1860s and 1870s creating Madden Grove, Barkly Avenue, Stawell and Gibdon Streets. By 1888 these blocks were further subdivided and Parkville (formerly Peckville), Crimea (formerly Normanby) and Felicia Streets were formed.
Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works detail plan from 1899 shows dense development in the block bounded by Madden Grove and Stawell, Cherrill and Adams Streets. Approximately one-third of the remainder of the area had also been developed at that time. A school is shown on the corner of Stawell and Cherrill Streets (52). Burnley State School SS2853 was a three storey Gothic Revival style school, built in the 1880s. It was demolished in 1979 (53) and the site developed as a residential square or public park, with some significant residual trees from the school era.
A major part of the area was occupied by Terry's Burnley Brewery (c1893), later Barrett and Burston Maltings malt house and silos, where the existing two-storey brick building fronting Gibdon St is shown as the brewery and the malt house is the long, gabled form building on the east of the block. Visually distinctive concrete silos were added to the complex in the 20th century has become a key characteristic of the City. The Burnley Brewery joined a large number of industrial complexes that hugged river and creek banks in Victorian-era Melbourne with, in this case, a tannery located a little further west along the Yarra River (54).
A significant group of matching Edwardian cottages in Parkville and Crimea Streets were allegedly built for Clements Langford, a prominent Melbourne builder whose projects included the Manchester Unity Building. (55)
The name Golden Square may be connected with Sir James Palmer who was a pioneer in the Richmond area. He practised in London, living in Golden Square, and became senior surgeon at St James's Dispensary. After arriving in Victoria in 1840, Palmer made his home at Richmond near the Yarra and soon established Palmer's Punt (near Hawthorn Bridge) that served to provide access to Boroondara until a bridge wa
Nearby Public Transport:
Stop nameTypeDistance
15-Stawell St/Swan StTram212 meters
15-Stawell St/Swan StTram227 meters
BurnleyTrain239 meters
16-Park Gr/Swan StTram266 meters
16-Park Gr/Swan StTram304 meters
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