Inter-War / Bungalow Porch house w Arts & Crafts Influences
No 18 Irwin Street is a single storey house constructed in painted brick and rendered brick with a corrugated iron roof. It is a good expression of the Inter-War Bungalow. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with a pair of prominent gable roofs. The south half-timbered gable bay features a bay window with casements. The entry door is located on the south elevation under an entry porch. The porch is supported on timber posts.
1939 - LOST AND FOUND - LOST East Fremantle, between bridge and lrwin-st., late Friday night, Handbag. Reward. 18 Irwin-st, East Fremantle. (Reference)
1949 - POULTRY - FIRST year crossbred Hens, 3½ pairs, laying, 14/- paIr. Also few prime roosters. 18 Irwin-st., East Fremantle. (Reference)
1949 WARMAN: On July 15, 1949, at Perth, William Henry, the dearly loved husband of Charlotte Warman, loving father of Nellie and Cyril. At rest. (reference)
1951 - THREE pairs mixed Hens, first year, 16/ pair. 18 Irwin-st., East Fremantle. (Reference)
1931 - 1941: Lampard, Edgar M.
1941 - 1943: Taplin, Mrs Evelyn C.
1944 - 1946: Warman, Mrs Nellie & Bishop, Harry
1947 - 1949: Warman, Mrs Nellie