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Grey Street

Most probably named after Sir George Edward Grey, KCB (14 April 1812 – 19 September 1898) who was a soldier, explorer, Governor of South Australia, twice Governor of New Zealand, Governor of Cape Colony (South Africa), the 11th Premier of New Zealand and a writer.

 

Fernleigh, 39 Grey Street

Fernleigh was built in ca. 1850 for the grocer & politician William Nicholson.

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Mittagong, 35-41 Grey Street

Mittagong, 35-41 Grey Street

Richard Twentyman married William Nicholson’s widow, Sarah Birkett on 2 June 1866, and took over her lease on Barham House next door.

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Barham, 51 Grey Street

Barham, 51 Grey Street

Barham House was constructed in 1850 to the designs of the architect John Gill (ca.1797-1866).

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Stradbroke, 71 Grey Street

Stradbroke, 71 Grey Street

Stradbroke is one of a group of large mansions located on the western side of Grey Street and form an impressive streetscape in the area.It stnds between Eildon (now the Alliance Francaise) and Capri which is still owned by the Presentation order. This group of buildings have been extensively analyzed by Helen Halliday and Phillip Stewart. Their reports can be found in the 'read more' section below.

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