The house at 1755 Ballarto Road (30 Tuckers Road) Clyde, constructed around 1907 and the mature trees surrounding the house.
How is it significant?
The house and garden at 1755 Ballarto Road Clyde, is of local historical and aesthetic significance to the City of Casey.
Why is it significant?
1755 Ballarto Road is historically important as a surviving Edwardian farm house which appears to have operated as a dairy farm since the early twentieth century. The house demonstrates the historic importance of the subdivision of larger properties for various intensive forms of agriculture in the Clyde/Cranbourne district. (Criterion A)
1755 Ballarto Road is aesthetically significant as a high quality example of an Edwardian house used as the centrepiece of a farming complex. It displays architectural features typical of villas of this period. It is a simple timber framed and timber clad house with brick chimneys, an encircling skillion roofed verandah and corrugated iron roof. (Criterion E)
The mature trees of unknown species are an important feature of the property, which otherwise sits in a flat and treeless landscape. (Criterion E)