Aesthetic & Representative
No 74 Allen Street is a single storey house constructed in tuck pointed brickwork with a hipped and gable corrugated iron roof. It is an expression of the Inter-War California Bungalow style. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with a thrust gable bay and a part width skillion roofed verandah. The verandah is set on timber posts on brick piers. The verandah extends over the thrust bay to become an awning. The half timbered, gable thrust bay features a pair of double hung sash windows. There is a central front door and hopper light flanked by side lights and a pair of double hung sash windows. Concrete steps go from the verandah to the garden.
1935 Funeral-Sarah Gregory, of 74 Allen-street, East Fremantle, and formerly of Bassendean, are respectfully informed that her remains will be interred in the Methodist portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral will leave the residence of her son, Mr. T. J. Gregory, 74 Allen-street, East Fremantle... (Reference)
William Doig was a prominent player in the East Fremantle football team. (see family history in Notable people under cousin George Doig). A Football Family. East Fremantle is undoubtedly fortunate in the possession of the five Doig cousins, who are carrying on the traditions of an old football family. It must be particularly pleasing to Mr. Charles Doig, president of the club, to see his sons, George and Charles, playing with such success. Norman, Edgar and William Doig are sons of the late 'Hooky' Doig. (reference)
1928 - 1937: Gregory, Thorold J.
1937 - 1939: Doig, William
1939 - 1946: Brady, Mrs Margaret
1947 - 1949: Cope, W. F.