This grand, if challenging to maintain, 17th century home is architecturally remarkable for its curved, Palladian double staircase leading to a Georgian, two-storey entrance hall, and for its octagonal tower that contains a hurricane shelter. From 1910, the plantation was owned by an inventor who was the first black property owner in St. John. It now houses the Center for Complementary Medicine.DirectionsFrom the ABC highway at the Clyde Walcott roundabout, turn east toward Hothersal Turning. Shortly ahead, turn right at Kelsi’s and head up Highway 3. Pass Orchid World on your left. After about 2 km, turn left at Four Cross Roads. At the T junction, turn left, then look for the right turn soon afterwards at a triangle. Turn uphill there and pass through Venture. Malvern is straight ahead. Turn right and look for our parking signs.The Barbados National Trust Open House Season, which has been a 'must do' on Barbados' events calendar since the 1960s, continues in 2019 with a showcase of some of Barbados' most historically interesting and architecturally magnificent private homes. In addition to 'lively talks', narrated by some of Barbados’ most well-known historians and architectural aficionados, the Open House Season 2019 will also feature live music, cultural performances by local schools, beautiful handmade Barbadian craft sold by artisans and many more enjoyable surprises!