Castlemaine is fortunate in its relatively intact Victorian and Edwardian streetscapes, both in the shopping precinct and in the original grid of streets surveyed in 1852. At the present time restorations and renovation are more numerous than new buildings. The homes in this book provide a unique perspective on . Castlemaine’s history. Most were built, not by the alluvial miners who toiled in appalling conditions in the 1850’s,but by the merchants, public servants and professionals who serviced them and stayed on to make a life in Castlemaine, Houses/Building include: 7 Goldsmith Crescent, Castlemeaine Historical Society (Former Court House 1852); 5 Bowden Street, ACoy’s Cottage; 5 Yandell Street, Camp House; 24 Gaulton Street, Huntington; Charles Street, Governor’s Residence, Old Castlemaine Gaol; 4 Pleasant Street, Lonicera; 12 Britton Street, Ten Foot House; 81-83 Forest Street, Former Globe Hotel; 83 Templeton Street, Evesham; 49 Hargraves Street; 53 Hargraves Street, Rosslyn House; 94 Hargraves Street, Green Gables; 184 Hargraves Street, Kaweka; 35 Campbell Street, Warringstown; 38 Campbell Street, Moreton; 39 Campbell Street, Pepercorn House; 40 Campbell Street, Brian Nunan’s Studio Gallery (Former Mercy Convent); 13 Doveton Street; 37 Bull Street, Balerno; 39 Bull Street, Leithlen; 222 Blakeley Road, The Hermitage; 7 Burnett Road, Claremont; 12 Burnett Road, Burnett Gallery; 8 Midland Highway, Avonsleigh; 51 Main Road; 71 Main Road, The Stables; 18 Stephen Street. Compiled by the Castlemaine Historical Society.