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Fitzroy Street

Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy, KCH, KCB (10 June 1796 – 16 February 1858) was a British military officer, politician and member of the aristocracy, who held governorships in several British colonies during the 19th century including New South Wales from 2 August 1846 to 28 January 1855.

 

Tandragee, 17-27 Fitzroy Street

Tandragee, 17-27 Fitzroy Street

This site was formed from the subdivision of Crown Allotment 1.

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Gatwick Hotel, 34 Fitzroy Street

Gatwick Hotel, 34 Fitzroy Street

Edward O'Donnell's house Lockinge stood on this site from ca. 1881-1937.

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Fortview, 1 Fitzroy Street

Fortview, 1 Fitzroy Street

This elegant residence had frontages on both Fitzroy Street and the Esplanade.

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Summerland Mansions, 17-27 Fitzroy Street

Summerland Mansions, 17-27 Fitzroy Street

A mansion-style apartment block, built originally for the wealthy. It featured sweeping bay views, a roof-top area and communal dining room.

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Brooklawn, 91-97 Fitzroy Street

This building's detailed façade aligns with three other houses on Fitzroy Street – Strathmore (89), the Villa (85-87) and Number 83. All of these buildings are of Baroque influence and had their own gardens at the front.

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