|Location:||Noola Station, (Lake Victoria)|
Statement of Heritage Significance:
A masonry dwelling with pebbledash rendering. This structure has a hipped iron roof and a separate roof over a front verandah supported by plain timber posts. The verandah is highlighted by linear timber fretwork. A large bay window is a feature of the facade. The entrance is encased by timber panels with top and side lights. The dwelling is located near the western shores of Lake Victoria and set amidst a landscape dominated by bluebush. Surrounding the homestead are numerous buildings including woolshed, shearers quarters, managers quarters and worksheds.
Originally known as Taraminga, the property was held by Thompson in 1886. The property name changed to Noola in 1892, when Thomas acquired the land.
Recording Date: 30/11/1988
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