Late Victorian / Early Federation, Gable Domestic Carpenter Cottage with Georgian Influences
No 90 (previously known as No 160) Hubble Street is a single-story house constructed in timber framing and weatherboard cladding with a gabled corrugated iron roof. It is a simple restored residence in the Federation Bungalow style. The place is symmetrically planned with a central door flanked by single pane double hung sash windows. The facade features a full-width broken back roofed verandah. The verandah is supported on square timber posts with a shallow timber frieze.
1924 On January 3, at the Fremantle Hospital, Charlie Green, dearly beloved husband of Susan Green and father of Elsie and Charlie, of 160 Hubble street, East Fremantle: passed away at the age of 56 years. (Reference)
1932 NEWSWORDS WINNER- Green. Mrs. C. 160 Hubble-street, East Fremantle. (reference)
1947 PRIZE 'Waited Long Time' -Second prize winner Mrs. C. Green, of 90 Hubble Street, East Fremantle accepted her win calmly. She checked the number of her ticket with a Daily News reporter, said she would be very careful with the money- had been 'waiting for it for a long time. Mrs. Green called her ticket ''had it'' because she had taken tickets regularly without winning a prize. The only win she had had in her life was a £2 prize in the W.A. Lotteries about 18 months ago. (reference)
1909 - 1914: Onions, Edgar
1915 - 1919: Dunne, Michael A.
1920: Eadie, John
1921 - 1949: Green, Charles