Created By: Tree Street Area Art Safari
16 Jarrah Street is a single storey, brick, rendered masonry and iron house with an asymmetrical facade designed as an example of the Federation Bungalow style of architecture. The walls are rendered masonry. The roof is hipped and gabled and clad with corrugated iron. The gable ends have decorative timber screens and finials. The verandah has a separate corrugated iron bullnose roof and is supported by chamfered timber posts with decorative iron brackets and frieze. The front door has sidelights flanked to one side by timber framed double hung sash windows. The protruding front room has two sets of timber framed double hung sash windows. There is a rendered chimney evident. There is a low rendered masonry retaining wall to the front boundary line.
It is thought that 16 Jarrah Street was constructed c. 1905 In 1931, Blanche Sloan was listed as the owner and occupier of House, 16 Jarrah Street. She was still living there in 1951.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Tree Street Art Safari Architecture Tour - 2018