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  rdmore House is a fine example of the high Italianate style of architecture, common in Australia in the mid-late nineteenth century. Built in the 1870's, it has been carefully restored to its period, with marble fire-places, moulded plaster ceilings, and polished wooden floors and iron-lace balconies. 

Ardmore House is an elegant free standing terrace house, redolent with the atmosphere of its age. A beautiful semi-tropical garden allows guests to have breakfast under the spreading eucalypts whilst watching the native parrots feeding.