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History

The building is a Californian Bungalow style built in 1925 that had been a private home for several families until purchased in 1974.

The original foundations of red gum have needed replacing on three occasions during my occupation, finally using concrete stumps that are proving more durable.

The increasing demand for general parking adjacent to the Geelong Hospital encouraged removal of the rear garden so that there is now a substantial car park on site with rear access from Sydney Parade.

The adjacent weatherboard house was destroyed by fire in 2010 and is subject to an insurance dispute so remains as a distinguishing location marker.