Elizabeth Farm 1794: Australia's oldest European style building, home of John and Elizabeth Macarthur. This early Australian homestead became the design for many houses that were built after it because of the wide verandahs that are particularly suited to hot climate countries. The original house was built with bricks, rendered and marked with Ashlar blocking, the servants quarters and kitchen were built from Sydney sandstone

Elizabeth Farm Australia's oldest European style building, home of John…

The base of the jacaranda tree is a favourite spot for the owners of this 1890s sandstone home. Having weather-tolerant furniture in favourite places, or close to hand, makes it easy for you – or your pet - to rest and relax. Photography Michael Wee

The base of the jacaranda tree is a favourite spot for the owners of this sandstone home. Having weather-tolerant furniture in favourite places, or close to hand, makes it easy for you – or your pet - to rest and relax.

render over brick & fibro, new surfmist colourbond roof & stackstone feature. Planterbox added to balace proportions

render over brick & fibro, new surfmist colourbond roof & stackstone feature. Planterbox added to balace proportions

render over brick & fibro, new surfmist colourbond roof & stackstone feature. Planterbox added to balace proportions

render over brick & fibro, new surfmist colourbond roof & stackstone feature. Planterbox added to balace proportions


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