7e ~ No. 29 Queen Street
Displays an interesting and unusual design and is an important part of the streetscape. In the 1860s it was the home of Dr Desailly and described as a convenient, substantial and excellent family residence which comprises breakfast parlour, dining and drawing room, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, closet, storeroom, pantry, scullery, 2 kitchens and 3 servants' bedrooms. In the early years of the century it was the residence for the rector for the nearby St. Marks Chapel. The house later became a boarding house and at one stage was a tea rooms. The outbuildings were once stables and coachhouses.
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