|Octavius Browne; Matthew Hervey; David Moore
|Built in the Renaissance Revival style and located in one of the highest positions in St Kilda.
|Built as a residence for Octavius Browne. After later being sold to Matthew Hervey, pastoralist in 1854, the property was used as a temporary residence for John Manners-Sutton, governor. David Moore, merchant and politician later also owned this property. It was demolished in 1963.
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