Federation / Georgian Influences
No. 36 King Street is a single storey cottage constructed in limestone and brickwork with a hipped corrugated iron roof. It is a simple expression of the Federation Bungalow style. The front elevation is symmetrically planned with a central door and hopper light flanked by side lights and single pane double hung sash windows. The facade features a full width bullnosed verandah supported on timber posts. All openings have brick quoins.
The Joy family lived next door at no. 34 from 1908 - 1911, then moved here.
1914 Death: at his late residence, No. 74 King-street, East Fremantle, Lance Corporal Thomas Samuel Joy, beloved husband of Mary Ann Joy, and father of Mrs. Joseph Prindiville and Mrs. George Howard; a Crimean and Indian Mutiny veteran; aged 79 years. (reference)
1918 JOY On July 11, at No. 74 King-street, East Fremantle, Mary Ann Joy, relict of the late Thomas Samuel Joy (Indian Mutiny Veteran) and mother of Mrs. J. H. Prindiville (Claremont), and Mrs. C. Howard (Cue), aged 70 years. (reference)
1946 When the chain fell off the bicycle that he was riding in Canning highway, East Fremantle, about 2 a.m. on Saturday, Richard Hughes (18), of 36 King-street, East Fremantle, was thrown to the roadway and received concussion and a lacerated scalp and lip. He was taken to the Fremantle Hospital in a St. John ambulance and admitted for treatment. (reference)
1947 The engagement is announced between Ivy Doreen, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Harper, of 2 Nelson-street, South Fremantle, and Denys John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Hughes, 36 King-street, East Fremantle. (reference)
1985 Bankruptcy - Re Vincenzo Palmiero, business proprietor, of 36 King Street, East Fremantle, previously trading as 'Fontedoro Deli & Fruit Supply'. (reference)
1912 - 1914: Joy, Thomas S.
1915 - 1918: Joy, Mrs M. A.
1920 - 1922: Farrar, Fredrick
1924 - 1932: Mathews, Robert
1933 - 1947: Hughes, Gwllym I.
1985: Vincenzo Palmiero