Caledonian Road Primary School

A substantial building in W Central Perth, the Caledonian Road Primary School was constructed in red sandstone by local architect Andrew Heiton (1823-94) in 1890-92. Although only two storeys, these are each of a considerable height and the building features Dutch-style gables. The internal arrangement comprises a central void, containing a wide staircase, with classrooms around the periphery. The school is B-listed for its architectural merit but closed in 2009 when classes moved to a more modern building. It was then used as music practice rooms, but sold for development in 2011.

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