The houses on the southern side of the road enjoying a view of the Hawkesbury River which was obscured following the subdivision of the land from the 1920s to the 1940s. Hence some of the house names along The Terrace eg.
Commencing at the corner of Moses and Tebbutt Streets, running in a north easterly direction to the Windsor Bridge near Thompson Square.
Also known as Windsor Terrace this street was considered for many years to be Windsorâ€™s best address. The Terrace was subdivided into residential blocks in the 1840s and then later in the inter-war period land overlooking the river became available. Homes along this street include a range of styles from Georgian to modern times.
Advertisement for the AUCTION SALE of CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAND on THE TERRACE, WINDSOR comprising 7 MAGNIFICENT LOTS with 50ft Frontages, approx 130 ft depths, Under instructions from the trustees, on site at 2 pm Friday July 25.
Terms: 20 per cent of Purchase Price on the fall of the hammer. Balance upon completion of transfer.
Plans can be inspected at the offices of the Auctioneers Earle, Chapman & Toner 100 George St, Windsor. Phone 205 East Market Street, Richmond Phone 39 (all hours)
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