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Tamar Street

Main Period: Mid - Federation

Leadlight apparent at No’s 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 16 & 17.

1912 Priddle Estate, Marrickville - Livi
Tamar Street was created in  2012 as part of the Priddle Estate.

Tamar Street is a remarkably well-preserved precinct. Tamar Street was created in 1912 as part of the Priddle Estate Marrickville. It is a wonderful treelined and brick paved footpath street with a preponderance of mid-federation period homes.

The leadlight is a wonderful representation of leadlight from the mid-Federation years and it is well worth a look at the houses and their leadlight

Tamar Street Looking South May 2021.JPG
Tamar Street looking south, May 2021
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A beautiful Federation house on the cornet of Tamar Street and School Parade.
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A charming group of mid-Federation houses in Tamar Street
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One of many well preserved Mid-Federation houses in Tamar Street

Tamar Street

No 1 is a Federation house (c.1913) with leadlight in the side light & top and fanlight but it’s missing from the front door panels. 

No 1 Tamar Street Front Door Sidelight &
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