LOCATION:    7 Victoria Street, Hahndorf

Victoria Street walking tour - 1

SHR 11591 – confirmed as a State Heritage Place 1 September 1983

This dwelling, located at the T-junction of Church and Victoria Streets, was built c1840s, and is amongst Hahndorf's earliest structures.  The architecture, encompassing a steep roof and loft and a simple plan without passage or hall, is typical of the colonial-German character of Hahndorf.

Early Ownership 

Information from The Hahndorf Allotments Database compiled by Reg Butler.

Old Lot No. New Lot No. Street No. Street Name
11 N.H. 16 7 Victoria Street
Year Sold New Owner Occupation Owner's Home Personal
1839 Friedrich Paech * farmer & joiner Hahndorf From Nickern, Brandenburg
1853 Friedrich Paech farmer & joiner Hahndorf GRO title.  Died 1858.
1863 Louise Paech widow Hahndorf Nee Jachning.  Executrix.
1879 Ernst Rothe farmer Hahndorf Son-in-law of F & L Paech.
1899 August Rothe gardener Hahndorf Son of E Rothe.
1914 Gustav Hennig labourer Hahndorf Brother-in-law of A Rothe.
1926 Bertha Hennig widow Hahndorf Daughter of Ernst Rothe.

Theodor Hennig ##

Ida Schaefer

Carl Hennig


married woman





Family of G & B Hennig.
1932 Albert Hennig % farmer Hahndorf Son of G & B Hennig.
1981 Intensive Farming Pty Ltd business company Hahndorf  
1989 Daniel Zoanetti and
Isabella, his wife


married woman



  • * Nicknamed 'Tischler' Paech to distinguish him from JF Paech, farmer, from Rentschen, Brandenburg. 
  • ## These brothers and sister held the land as tenants-in-common, in unequal shares.
  • % T Hennig made over his share to A Hennig in 1932; I Schaefer & C Hennig in 1948.
  • Part section 4001 Hundred of Onkaparinga goes with this allotment.
  • 3756/134 current title