The building, also known as Dight's Farm, is an early Colonial Georgian homestead built from 1804 to 1870 by Lewis Jones and James Vincent.
The original two-roomed sandstock brick cottage with mud/shell mortar and plaster has a corrugated iron roof, central chimney and original joinery and dates from c. 1804. The original kitchen with a large fireplace and a bread oven was added pre 1812. This single storey section has brick floors covered by concrete.
The 1812 and 1820's two storey additions are sandstock brick with mud/shell mortar and plaster, with a hipped corrugated iron roof and an asymmetrical single-storey verandah. The verandah's iron roof is supported by tapered hardwood octagonal columns over Marulan stone flagging. Internal joinery includes a built-in cupboard (1812), cedar chimney pieces and hardwood flooring with handmade nails.
Unusual features include a mock chimney on the west end to achieve Georgian symmetry and nine pane sliding sash windows in the upper storey. (View the listing on the NSW Heritage Register)