Federation, Domestic Carpenter w Queen Anne Influences
No 81 (previously known as No 151) Hubble Street is a single story house constructed in timber framing and weatherboard sheeting with a hipped and gabled corrugated iron roof. It is a simple expression of the Federation Bungalow style. The place is asymmetrically planned with a gabled thrust bay and a part width skillion roofed verandah. The verandah is supported on square timber posts over a timber floor. A simple timber handrail is fitted between the posts. There is a central door flanked by double hung sash windows. The thrust bay features the same window.
1905 FUNERAL- The Friends of Mr. Carl Braunholz (of W.A. Government Railways) are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly-beloved wife. Sarah Ann, to the place of interment, the Church of England portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his residence, No 151 Hubble-street, East Fremantle...(reference)
1938 On February 5, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. Brown, 151 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, Ellen Bailey, widow of the late Henry Prior Bailey, loving mother of Ann (Mrs. A. Brown), John, Sydney, Charlotte (Mrs. C. Rodgers), and Stanley...(Reference)
1953 Mr. and Mrs. W. Tait, 81 Hubble-street, East Fremantle, have much pleasure in announcing the engagement of their eldest daughter, Helen to Colin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Thorne, Forrest-street, Palmyra. (reference)
1908 - 1911: Brownholt, Claude aka Carl Braunholz (wife Sarah Ann)
1912 - 1924: Gay, Herbert
1925: Verco, Harold Arthur
1926 - 1938: Bailey, Mrs Ellen
1938 - 1942: Brown, Mrs A.
1942 - 1949: Tait, William