About the homestead
Stamford Park Homestead is a magnificent example of 19th-century architecture featuring Gothic gables, fretted barge boards, intricate wrought iron and five-metre high ceilings.
It is one of the last remaining substantial 19th century houses in the region.
The homestead was in an advanced state of disrepair when it was acquired by Knox Council in 1988.
Several rooms have been completely restored to give visitors an appreciation of the homestead as it was in its heyday.
Further restorations on the house and six acres of parkland are being carried out as part of the Stamford Park Redevelopment Project.
The homestead is open to visitors and includes a courtyard café, restaurant and events spaces.
For more information or bookings, see the Stamford Park website or call 9764 2200.
Emmeline Row, Rowville.
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