Early Federation/ Georgian Influences/ Ethnic Adaption
No. 2 (previously no. 14) East Street is a single-storey house constructed in rendered masonry with a hipped, tiled roof. It is a simple expression of the Federation Bungalow style overlaid with a Post-World War II Immigrant Nostalgia refurbishment. The front elevation was originally symmetrically planned. The facade now has a centrally placed front door with a picture window to the north and French doors to the south. A flat, concrete-roofed verandah replaces the original verandah. The verandah is supported on steel posts with a wrought steel balustrade over a concrete floor.
1906 : BIRTH -March 31, at "Pilbarra," 14 East-street, East Fremantle the wife of H. J. Seeber of a son. Both doing well. (reference)
1911 : RECIPE - Honorable Mention awarded to Mrs. S. Pearse, 14 East Street, East Fremantle for ORANGE WINE INGREDIENTS - 50 seville oranges, 312 lb sugar ...(reference)
1944 : DEATH - on December 4, at Pingelly, Patricia Mavis, dearly beloved only child of Arnold Thomas and Jessie Harriett Johnston, of 2 East-street, East Fremantle, and beloved granddaughter of Mr and Mrs O. Forrest (East Fremantle) and Mr and Mrs T. Johnston (Pingelly): aged 7½ months. (reference)
1944 : DEATH On September 3, at Fremantle, Hazel Katie, dearly beloved wife of Daniel Oscar Forrest, of 2 East-street, East Fremantle, and loving mother of Oscar, Joan (Mrs Davies), Jean, Jessie (Mrs A. T. Johnston), Jack, Dawn and the late Mavis, and fond grandmother of Owen and Tom Davies, and the late Patrica Johnston; aged 52 years. (reference)
1948 : ENGAGEMENT Margaret Dawn, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. Forrest, of 2 East Street, Fremantle, to Coll Kenneth Tuckey only son of Mr. and the late Mrs Tuckey of 215 Pier-street, Perth. (reference)
1907: Seeber, H. J.
1908: Dunstan, William
1909 - 1916: Pearse, Samuel
1917 - 1942: Deary, William D.
1942 - 1946: Deary, Mrs Charles
1947 - 1949: Forrest, D. O.