Alexandra and Ernest Streets

Alexandra and Ernest Streets

This Post Office was built in 1890, the year in which W.L.Vernon…
Alexandra and Ferdinand Streets Congregational Church

Alexandra Street & Ferdinand Street

From 1868 services had been conducted (in the Council Chambers…
1 Alexandra Street

1 Alexandra Street

This house stands on land that was originally part of the Crown…
2 Alexandra Street

2 Alexandra Street

This was built as a private boarding house in 1882 by Felix Cullen,…
3 Alexandra Street

3 Alexandra Street

In 1865 William Wright bought this land from Thomas Ambrose Foss.…
4 Alexandra Street

4 Alexandra Street

James Nutman of Nutman and Fox, builders (see The Gladstone),…
5 Alexandra Street

5 Alexandra Street

Frederick Nelson rented a house and shop from John Cuneo until…
6 Alexandra Street

6 Alexandra Street

In 1881 on vacant land which he owned, Antonio Bondietti, stonemason,…
8 Alexandra Street

8 Alexandra Street

In about 1883 William Hodge became first ratepayer on a house…
9 Alexandra Street

9 Alexandra Street

Jeremiah Cronin, stonemason, built this as a three-room stone…
10-14 Alexandra Street

10,12 & 14 Alexandra Street

Annie Schmidt (see also 1 James Street) bought this land from…
11 Alexandra Street

11 Alexandra Street

Built by Jeremiah Cronin, stonemason, as a seven-room house,…
15 Alexandra Street

15 Alexandra Street

In 1878 William Wright sold this land to John McGovern, gardener,…
16 Alexandra Street

16 Alexandra Street

Another Felix Cullen house, this one was built during 1879. Frank…
17 Alexandra Street

17 Alexandra Street

During 1869 a school being conducted in the church in Church…
19 Alexandra Street

19 Alexandra Street

The land was granted to William Morgan in 1834 and later acquired…
21 Alexandra Street

21 Alexandra Street

The land on which this house is built was vacant in 1862 and…
Alexandra Street Town Hall

22 Alexandra Street

The original Council Chamber, measuring 50 feet by 30 feet and…
23 Alexandra Street

23 Alexandra Street

From 1879 to 1885 Miss L. Twentyman was postmistress in this…
25 Alexandra Street

25 Alexandra Street

This house was built by William O’Donnell c1888 and was the…
26 Alexandra Street

26 Alexandra Street

Among several examples in Hunters Hill of houses designed around…
29 Alexandra Street

29 Alexandra Street

John Lagleyze (Lagleize) was a baker who had lived in Woolwich…
33 Alexandra Street

33 Alexandra Street

Original bakery built c1867 destroyed by fire and replaced by…
34 Alexandra Street

34 Alexandra Street

Thomas Connelly, a gardener, moved into this stone house in the…

35 Alexandra Street

John Cuneo (see also The Garibaldi next door) came from Genoa…
36 Alexandra Street

36 Alexandra Street

When rates were introduced in 1861 a cottage, almost certainly…
37 Alexandra Street

37 Alexandra Street

John Cuneo from Genoa (see also 35 Alexandra Street and 1-3 Foss…
38 Alexandra Street

38 Alexandra Street

A traditional tradesman's cottage if the 19th century, Vienna…
39 Alexandra Street

39 Alexandra Street

Sited on the corner opposite the Garibaldi Hotel, Joseph F. Clarke…
43 Alexandra Street

43 Alexandra Street

Land purchased by Matilda, wife of Charles A. Johnston, salesman…
47 Alexandra Street

47 Alexandra Street

This land was part of an 1834 grant to William Morgan. The house…
48 & 50 Alexandra Street

48 & 50 Alexandra Street

Charles Fairland acquired the land on which both of these semi-detached…
51 Alexandra Street

51 Alexandra Street

The name Luscombe first appeared in Sands Directory in 1900,…
54 Alexandra Street

54 Alexandra Street

This timber and stone building on the corner of Ady Street, stands…
55 Alexandra Street

55 Alexandra Street

Thought to be once the gardener's house for Moocooboolah (no.…
57 Alexandra Street

57 Alexandra Street

Built of brick, with stone eagles on each of the gate pillars,…
59 Alexandra Street

59 Alexandra Street

This house was built for Sydney S. Thomas, a representative of…
64 Alexandra Street

64 Alexandra Street

This was probably the house of J.M. Hazeland and first occupied…
65 Alexandra Street

65 Alexandra Street

One of the many surviving Joubert sandstone houses, this home…
66 Alexandra Street

66 Alexandra Street

This house and its neighbour no. 68 are both sandstone, similar…
68 Alexandra Street

68 Alexandra Street

In 1879 George Arthur became a tenant of Mrs Elizabeth Potts…
70 Alexandra Street

70 Alexandra Street

Built on part of the Foss lands, stonemason Ponziano Cavalli…
71 Alexandra Street

71 Alexandra Street

Built on land formerly part of Moocooboolah (65 Alexandra Street)…
72 Alexandra Street

72 Alexandra Street

In 1869 the land on which this house stands was owned by Henry…
74 Alexandra Street

74 Alexandra Street

The house was built around 1903 for Stephen H. Weedon and designed…
76 Alexandra Street

76 Alexandra Street

The house is believed to have been constructed for Charles Metcalfe…
80 Alexandra Street

80 Alexandra Street

This house is one of Hunters Hill's most striking examples of…