No. 22 Allen Street is a single storey house constructed in tuck pointed brick and rendered brick with a hipped and gable corrugated iron roof. It is a very fine expression of the Federation Bungalow style. The front elevation is symmetrically planned with a central door and hopper light flanked by sidelights and bay windows. The bay windows have sets of three casement windows with hopper lights. The facade features a full width skillion roofed verandah. The verandah is set on turned timber posts with small post brackets. A St Andrew’s cross balustrade is set between the posts. There is a gable over each bay window. There are rendered strings in the brickwork. A fine set of concrete steps lead from the verandah to the garden.
1930: On Saturday evening. August 9, at their home in Allen-street. East Fremantle, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw entertained a large party of guests in celebration of the birthday of their daughter Miss Iris Shaw. Dancing provided entertainment. (reference)
1944: Death SHAW On April 29 at Fremantle, Charles Septimus, dearly beloved husband of Ethel May Shaw, of 22 Allen-street. East Fremantle, loving father of Iris (Mrs A. H. Tassell Harvey), Lea (AIF) and Tom; father-in-law of Rev Albert Tassell (AIF) and Joan and fond grandpa, of John and Barry, aged 63 years...loved brother of Arthur, Harry (deceased), May (Mrs P. M. Tyler), Frank., Edwin, Percy and Hilda (Mrs N. G. Tyler). (Reference)
1914 - 1944: Shaw, Charles S.
1945 - 1949: Shaw, Ethel M.