Hahndorf's main concentration of significant residences and associated buildings, other than along Main Street, is found in the northern side of Victoria Street. These are some of the oldest structures in Hahndorf, and are mostly small in scale, and simple in form and construction. These buildings are evidence of the German origins of the early settlers, but also reflect the transitional stages with other European and Australian influences.
Other links for Hahndorf properties of Historic Interest apart from Victoria Street are covered in Main Street and Other Properties.
Victoria Street Properties of Interest
- No 7 - Dwelling - Paech, Rothe House & Kitchen - Hahndorf
- No 9 - Dwelling - Schneider, Rothe House & Barn - Hahndorf
- No 13 - Dwelling - Schulz Cottage - Hahndorf
- No 15 - Dwelling, Barn, Well & Pump – Willemer-Diemel Group - Hahndorf
- No 19 - Dwelling - Schirmer Cottage - Hahndorf
- No 23 - Schneemilch House & Barn - Hahndorf
- No 24 - Dueball's House - Hahndorf
Directions to Victoria Street
Directions to and some details of each of the properties are also available via Victoria Street Walking Tour (experimental - but working less images). Each of these directions commence at the Hahndorf Academy.