Originally labelled "Beauville Estate, Established 1936, Still Thriving 65 years on, 10th March 2001", the Beauville Estate Album contains colour photographs of houses in the Estate. They were taken around the time of the Beauville Estate’s 65th Heritage Celebration held on 10/03/2001 and donated to the Caulfield Historical Society shortly afterwards. Photographer unknown.
City of Glen Eira’s Heritage Management Plan Vol 2 p79 (this is p84 of the pdf version) – HO12 Beauville Estate and environs, Murrumbeena:
The Beauville Historic Area is important at the State level as the first large housing estate undertaken by the AV Jennings Construction Co, later Jennings Group Limited, Victoria’s largest home builder. It is important also as a very early estate development incorporating a range of features other than houses and including made roads, shops and recreation facilities. In this respect it was the forerunner of the comprehensively planned housing estate of the post war era.
The estate is distinguished by its aesthetic values, as is the earlier and comparable Hillcrest Estate, which are formed by a combination of restrained diversity in house styles, with the exception of no. 30 in the emerging International style, and by a landscaped garden environment.
Colour photograph of a fence with four rows of unpainted variegated brown bricks at the bottom and six cream rendered columns topped by two rows of the same unpainted bricks. Timber pickets painted in the same colour complete the fence between the columns. The pitched roof of the rendered house can be seen in the background and the gable has a simple aeroplane-like decoration. Tall trees are behind and in the foreground.
- architectural styles,
- inter war style,
- a.v. jennings,
- av jennings,
- brick houses,
- beauville estate,
- gloucester court,
- sir albert victor jennings,
- a v jennings construction co,
- beauville estate heritage area,
- glen eira city council,
- architectural features,
- jennings group limited,
- land subdivision,
- beauville historic area,
- rendered houses,
- timber and brick fences
- Glen Eira’s Heritage Management Plan by Andrew Ward (1996) Vol 2 p78-81 Note: p78-81 are at p83-86 of the pdf - HO12 Beauville Estate and environs, Murrumbeena.