Lyne Road, Cheltenham
3 was lived in from at least 1921 until 1933 by Edward Austin. It has a very elaborately carved front verandah and leadlight sidelights to the front door.
5, Stoke, was lived in from at least 1922 by Mrs A Burrows and then from 1923 to 1932 by the Harton family. It is of bungalow style with double entry front doors, rendered brick and a tiled verandah.
8, The Joyce House, incorporates architectural concepts of Frank Lloyd Wright. This house was built in 1962 for Peter & Pamela Joyce, to the design of architects Towell, Jansen and Rippon. It includes walls of windows, vaulted ceilings and a cantilevered fireplace. It was built within the walls and gardens of Edensor and overlooks the Cheltenham Recreation Club . Its design is importantly built on this location and outlook.
Towell, Jansen and Rippon were architects in the influential 1961 display homes of notable architects like Woolley, Seidler and Guzman .
The home was sold in 1917 by the son, Mark Joyce .
 See separate articles on the website for Edensor under Houses – Beecroft Road, Cheltenham; Cheltenham Recreation Club and Harris under People.
 S Harfield & J Prior, “A bright new suburbia? G J Dusseldop and the development of the Kingsdene Estate” Conference proceedings of the 10th Australasian Urban History Conference, Melbourne Victoria, 2010.
 Northern District Times, Property Supplement, 18 October 1917.