Previous posts 1 and 2 here and here.
Stop 11. Opposite number 8A, St Leonards Avenue. House built in 1870 for the manager of the Bank of Victoria. A classic Queen Ann style house. The mentioned stylised tulip fence work surely must be a replacement. These properties are built on the grounds of another demolished mansion, St Leonards.
Walk back along St Leonards Avenue towards Acland Street. Here is the mentioned vicarage, built before 1855.
Stop 12. Stop outside the vicarage opposite number four Opposite at number 6 is a block of flats called Del Marie. Very nice looking Art Deco flats of a nautical style and very well soundproofed inside.
Stop 13. Classic Californian Bungalow style at Number 4.
Walk back to Acland Street to number 43.
Stop 14. Aston Court. Mediterranean architecture. Within the building is an original single storey Indian bungalow called Raj Putana?
Walk along Acland Street past number 45, Acland Hill, a stark block of flats and an early example of international style architecture. Amazingly it was built in 1939! Walk on to number 26, Linden.
Stop 15. Linden is a council owned art gallery. Internally intact and most of it is open to the public.
Move on to the corner of Robe Street. On the opposite side of the street from Linden is Halcyon.
Stop 16. Halcyon is boom style Victorian and only 16 years younger than the much more restrained Linden.
Well, that is the end of the tour. Remember this is really for people who can't get to take the St Kilda walk and to be used in conjunction with the audio tour to show the mentioned properties. You will see a lot more and get a better feel by taking the walk.