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Balnarring Skate Park (2014). Being adjacent to the cutting of the former Red Hill Railway, the design incorporates a sleeper fence (left) to reflect that part of local history.
Alfred Square (2014). This was the site of the first building in St Kilda. It was a stockman's hut built in 1840 by Capt Benjamin Baxter.
Acland Hill (2014). Designed by Arthur Plaisted and built in 1939, this is an example of the "International" style that was not commonly seen in Australia until the 1950s and 60s.
Del Marie (2014). Designed by Stuart Hall in 1936, this is an archetypal example of Art Deco style. The Nautical Moderne sub-genre was influenced by an era of shipboard travel.
Federation house (2014). St Leonards Ave was created in 1907 when the St Leonards Estate was sub-divided. Most of the houses in the street, built at this time, were in the style variously called Queen Anne or Federation.
Christ Church (2014). Originally an Anglican Church, the foundation stone was laid in 1854 and the building was completed in 1857. It was built using sandstone from the Point King area near Sorrento.
Flats (2014). A graceful mansion, Euretta, was built here in 1857, when Alfred Square would have been surrounded by Victorian houses facing the green. All have now been demolished.
Crigan House (2014). Designed by architect Alan Powell, this is a post-modern reinvention of a St Kilda home dating from 1989. It heralded the beginning of the latest wave of the suburb's gentrification.
Inverleith Court (2014). Part of the sub-divided estate of the Inverleith Mansion which was built in 1868, had 35 main rooms, and gardens covering 3 acres.
Halcyon (2014). This late Victorian mansion was built for Annie Dudgeon in the boom times of 1886. Its owner suffered as a result of the bust in the 1890s and it was used as a rooming house for many years in the early 1900s.
Aston Court (2014). Designed by Edwin J. and C.L. Ruck and built in 1926, this Mediterranean style represented the architecture of Spain and Italy. The building incorporates an earlier single storey Victorian residence.
Queen Anne house (2014). Built at the turn of the 20th century, Queen Anne architecture is characterised by red brick buildings with ornate detailing and old world elegance. The complex roof lines with the terracotta chimney pots are a striking feature of the style.
Granada (2014). Built in 1928 in Spanish Mission style which was inspired by the Western movies and Hollywood glamour of the time.
The Wimmera (2014). These purpose-built flats dating back to 1917 were designed by architect Howard Lawson and they show characteristics of the Arts and Crafts style.
Tranmere (2014). Built in 1855, it's likely that the original verandah was canvas and was replaced later with corrugated iron. The giveaway is the way in which the verandah cuts into the window head on the left-hand side.
Victorian house (2014). Built c.1880, this represents the first main era of stand-alone homes in St Kilda, in the second half of the 19th century.
Vicarage (2014). Built in 1855 this is now the residence of the Bishop of the Southern Region, after stints as a school, a community health centre and a private residence.
Linden (2014). Built for German immigrant Moritz Michaelis in 1870. Although linden means 'lime tree' in German, the two trees in the front are hoop pines. St Kilda Council bought the property in 1984 and it is now a Centre for Contemporary Arts.
Californian Bungalow (2014). Abbreviated to "Cal Bung", this style dominates suburbs that were sub-divided and populated between 1910 and 1930. Many of these were constructed by speculative builders in the 1920s.
Queen Anne house (2014). This style derived from English and American styles that revived elements from the architecture of Queen Anne's reign (1702-14). The houses usually have complex roof forms.
Flats (2014) - built on land occupied by the Mittagong mansion which was demolished in the 1930s.
Cream brick home (2014). This stand-alone home is unusual in St Kilda and is more representative of the post-war housing style that dominated the suburbs on Melbourne's fringes in the 1950s and 60s.
Cottage on Alfred Square (2014). Dating from 1858, this original cottage is now overshadowed by the apartments built behind the Esplanade Hotel.
Valma (2014). Built in 1936, this is an example of an inter-war block of flats in the moderne style. These were often built on the land of sub-divided mansions.
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