My group toured this house and I really enjoyed it. Owner of the house was the guide and he told us that the house is over 200 years old, it was the residence of Richard Barrett, cousin of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Elizabeth herself never visited Jamaica, but her family was one of the largest landholders. Her father owned lots of land and slaves. I saw antique harp and books with some first editions dating to 1697, polyphones, paintings, rare musical instruments, antique furniture etc. I was impressed with the 17ft long verandah with stunning view, almost 180 degrees. You could actually see how the land curves into the sea.Wish I could sit on that porch right now.
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