11 The Point Road
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11 The Point Road

Early 20th century home said to have been built by Henry Budden c1905. Built largely on land, formerly foreshore reserve, granted following the Robertson Land Act. Large Arts & Crafts influenced Federation Bungalow, the roof of which is relatively prominent in views from the waterways. A rare survivor of Woolwich foreshore of early 1900s in a setting of gardens to the water. Painted brick with exterior details and lines unaltered. Wide verandah, steep pitched terracotta tile roof, roof saddles and chimneys. Garden designed by Howard Tanner 1983. Rate Book: 1912 Cottage part 71/72; Cottage £1,500 McCredie. Sands Directory: 1908 William Perry ‘Leicester’; 1911 Andrew McCredie ‘Leicester’.