Aberglasslyn is arguably the finest extant Greek Revival style villa (in the 18th century sense of the word) in Australia.  Image by: L. Kerr  Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

Aberglasslyn is arguably the finest extant Greek Revival style villa (in the 18th century sense of the word) in Australia. Image by: L. Kerr Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

PCO Plan Number 195  Image by: Heritage Council of NSW  Image copyright owner: Heritage Council of NSW

PCO Plan Number 195 Image by: Heritage Council of NSW Image copyright owner: Heritage Council of NSW

Looking out from Aberglasslyn's verandah. Largely in its c1860 form it is patent physical evidence of the high expectations of colonial settlers of the 1830s and early 1840s and the severity of the economic crash of the 1840s.  Image by: L. Kerr  Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

Looking out from Aberglasslyn's verandah. Largely in its c1860 form it is patent physical evidence of the high expectations of colonial settlers of the 1830s and early 1840s and the severity of the economic crash of the 1840s. Image by: L. Kerr Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

Internal staricase with view of internal bathroom.  It contains elements of high individual and often unique quality, including a domed stairwell and geometric stair of unique quality and design in Australia.  Image by: L. Kerr  Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

Internal staricase with view of internal bathroom. It contains elements of high individual and often unique quality, including a domed stairwell and geometric stair of unique quality and design in Australia. Image by: L. Kerr Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

View of Bathroom. The design and construction of the surviving section of the sanitary plumbing system is unique in Australia.  Image by: L. Kerr  Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

View of Bathroom. The design and construction of the surviving section of the sanitary plumbing system is unique in Australia. Image by: L. Kerr Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

View of internal toilet.  It is the earliest known surviving example in Australia of a house design generated in part by considerations of an integrated sanitary plumbing system.  Image by: L. Kerr  Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

View of internal toilet. It is the earliest known surviving example in Australia of a house design generated in part by considerations of an integrated sanitary plumbing system. Image by: L. Kerr Image copyright owner: Department of Urban Affairs and Planning

Unexplained Australia - Aberglassyn House - House of Broken Dreams

Unexplained Australia - Aberglassyn House - House of Broken Dreams

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