The following homes were used as Children’s Homes and Orphanages in Strathfield. Adelaide Walker Children’s Home, 54 Llandilo Avenue Strathfield Adelaide Walker Home was opened
A rare photograph of ‘Glen Luna’, 2-4 Carrington Ave Strathfield featuring the grand entrance and staircase that faced The Boulevarde on the corner of Carrington
‘Milroy’, Albert Road Strathfield, was built c.1882 for tobacco merchant George Todman and demolished in the 1930s after Todman’s death. ‘Milroy’ was one of Sydney’s
The house ‘Glen Ayr’ was located on the corner of The Boulevarde and Strathfield Avenue in Strathfield. The house was originally known as ‘Lynton’. ‘Lynton’
Much of the suburbs of Strathfield and Strathfield South are built on the Redmire Estate. The Redmire Estate measured about 570 acres and extending from
Strathfield House, the house that the suburb of Strathfield is named for.