LOCATION: 9 Victoria Street, Hahndorf
Victoria Street walking tour - 2
SHR 11589 – confirmed as a State Heritage Place, 1 September 1983
The barn on this property was constructed c1840s, and is a typical rectangular German barn design, with timber frame and slab construction.
The house dates from c1870s, and is a rare example of the transitional period in Hahndorf's architectural styles. The concave verandah, for example, has definite English influences.
Information from The Hahndorf Allotments Database compiled by Reg Butler.
|Old Lot No.||New Lot No.||Street No.||Street Name|
|10||N.H. 15||9||Victoria Street|
|Year Sold||New Owner||Occupation||Owner's Home||Personal|
|1839||Gottfried Liebelt *||farmer & tailor||Hahndorf||From Schönborn, Brandenburg|
|1853||Elisabeth Liebelt||widow of G Liebelt||Hahndorf||GRO title. LTO title 1868.|
|1868||Friedrich Schneider||civil servant||Stepney|
|1885||Ernst Rothe||farmer||Hahndorf||Died 1921.|
|1921||Friedrich Braun||Lutheran minister||Hahndorf||Executor.|
|1924||Edgar Hennig||labourer||Hahndorf||Grandsons of E Rothe.|
|1944||Laura Ruge||widow of E Ruge||Hahndorf||nee Grieger|
|1959||Reginald Ruge||son of E & L Ruge||Hahndorf|
Johannes Schubert and
Anna Wilhelmine, his wife
BJ Chapman and
District Council employee
|1972||Ronald Sargent||land salesman||Glen Osmond|
James Hayward and
Violet, his wife
|1981||Inara Stuart||legal secretary||Bridgewater|
James Crawford and
Elizabeth, his wife
- * Gottfried Liebelt died soon after Hahndorf was established. His wife, Elisabeth, was a Miss Pohle. See the Liebelt family history for further details.
- 3118/81 current title