Home and Building, Volume 37 Number 6 (1975)
The house is situated on an elevated site sloping to the street, with several well established trees.
The living area is open through two floors with an attractive open spiral staircase giving access to the gallery and bedrooms above. With a sloping ceiling supported on heavy timber beams and purlins, the sense of space is most appealing.
Construction is brick veneer with stained timber sheathing to the gable ends and around the dormer window. Internal linings are plywood panelling and fibrous plaster.