Built: 1831 - 1837
Architect: John Verge
Status: Leased to Australian Institute of Architects
Saved from demolition in the 1980s, Tusculum represents a highpoint in Regency architectural design in Australia. It is one of only three houses designed by the fashionable colonial architect, John Verge (1782-1861) to have survived in the Potts Point area - along with Rockwall and Elizabeth Bay House.
Status: Leased privately
Dr Charles Throsby, who had already established himself at Casula from 1811, took up the 1000-acre grant and built a small timber cottage. Unfortunately, he did not survive to see the construction of the grand colonial house on the hill.
Built: c1835 - 1836
Status: Undergoing conservation works
Beulah, on Appin Road south of Campbelltown, is a unique property that combines elements of both heritage and environmental significance.