This is my second visit to Angus Keith's house. I spent some of my child hood growing up in it so I have a little biased view on the house. My father worked as A forestry Ecologist in the Forestry Department in the early 1970's late 1960's. My mother is in one of the photos on the wall as are myself and sister as little girls. Every time I visit so many memories come rushing back to me that shape who I am.
I think it is a welcome surprise for a visit. In Australian Dollars it is not expensive by any means. The house is symbolic of a colonial time with its high ceilings. It has been beautiful preserved and looked after. A long history stepping back to earlier time to the invasion of the Japanese and more recently. It at the time was a house that had many tales to it and I believe still does. The artefacts are symbolic of the period and time of the house. It is beautifully maintained and is looked after with pride.
A must visit indeed. One to be enjoyed. Then a potter on for a refreshing drink at the lovely English Tea house.
If your not in to local history and the past gone by then you might not enjoy it however if you are it gives a little insight into some ones life that was so interesting at the time.
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