Iconic Port Elliot Retreat!
Heathfield House is a grand two storey mansion exuding abundant period features with 4m* ceilings, ornate architraves, cornices and capacious rooms. The property stands majestically on 10 acres* (4.04 ha*) of land.
Built in 1864 by Mr Philip Greayer, who lived in it until 1872, calling it Bow Lodge. Mr Alfred Hallett then purchased the house for 2,000 pounds, adding more rooms and renaming it Heathfield House. It was while the Hallett family owned the property that it was used by the Governor of South Australia, Sir William Jervois as his summer residence in 1878 – 1879.
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