John Dungey’s success is reflected in the construction of his second house, which is more flamboyant and larger than his first house next door.
This building is notable for its original appearance and high-quality construction. Although single-fronted, it is important for its eclectic use of ornament and stuccoed enrichment. The facade is characterised by walling of coursed squared random faced sandstone with a type of corbel table. Unusual spandrel decorations are on the gable and there are pointed arch surrounds to openings. The ground-floor openings are detailed with pilasters and columns with foliated capitals.