The property located at 11-17 Bradley Street on the northern edge of the city centre, consists of four two story high Victorian terrace row houses facing west on Bradley Street, with double storey skillion additions at the rear with a large common yard serviced by a laneway that runs along the north boundary of the property The terraces are constructed in red-brown face brick which has recently been covered on the front facade by ,paintwork. designed group of 4 late Victorian / Federation style two - storey terrace dwellings is highly distinctive and architecturally representative of the architects work. This building is of high local significance.
During the early 1880s the Lee family sought to consolidate their holdings on the corner lot of Bradley and Grafton Street, then the location of their prominent building and lumber yard. In 1882, Contemporary newspaper reports in praising the architecture of the new construction made note of the fact that the design was that of Thomas Lee's son John James Lee, an architect and builder. Lee had a brief architectural career, cut short by his early death from typhoid in 1887. Whilst it cannot be confirmed without further documentation, the design similarities and the familial connection make it highly likely that the "Leeville" Terrace was also designed by John James Lee.
*4 Terraces ( one tenanted) - Total Rent of $310 per week each
*2 terraces with 4 bedrooms / 2 terraces with 3 bedrooms
* Residential /Commercial zoned B4 Mixed use in Goulburn's CBD
*Kitchen / dining area
*Bathroom and separate toilet
*Recently painted throughout
*Side lane access
*Parking at rear
*Close to all amenities and transport
*Potential to build at the rear of property ( subject to Council approval)
*All in one Title (can be separated into 4 terraces) STCA
-Total land size: 1173m2
-Total floor area: 537m2
* AUCTION * if Not Sold Prior* Date TBC
Appointment: Ed Zammit 0422 419 769 or Peter Mylonas 0408 161 628
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