A dilapidated two storey late Victorian Georgian farm house with corrugated iron roof with attic space and corbelled brick fireplace, no longer lived in. It once had an upper storey verandah with fancy wrought iron lattice work. It lies between the Hawkesbury river and the plains of Freeman’s Reach. The house has survived many hardships including floods. It would have been beautiful in its day, but unfortunately doesn’t look like it will be standing much longer.