If you like character, originality, antique furniture and original features, this home is for you. There are two original fireplaces, french doors, Norfolk Island style architecture with high pitch roofs and board & baton cladding.  It comes fully furnished with beautiful antique pieces - perfect for this home. The floor plan is very traditional and practical, with the 2 living rooms and 2 bedrooms leading directly off the wide central hallway. A third bedroom, as well as bathroom and kitchen have been neatly included by closing in side verandahs.

Wide floorboards can be found throughout much of the home, as well as high ceilings and walls finished with wide timber panelling - a beautiful original feature of early Norfolk Island homes. 

A separate area downstairs area exists with laundry, and with some renovations could realise a fantastic downstairs flat. A large workshop space is also situated underneath the house.

There is also a lock up single car garage at the side of the house.

The land area is 8886m2 or just over two acres which is sloping to the valley floor.  The hillside was once a thriving passionfruit farm, and a convict era well sits near the sunny side verandah.  

Originally built by William Taylor (the William Taylor of Taylor's Road) this home is steeped in history - right back to William's original land grant in 1862. The home was likely built for his son sometime in the late 1800s.