The Ure Farm Complex, (former Gembrook North PO, later Silverwells) is significant to Victoria because of its integrity to an early date of farm building construction and its planted setting. The complex provides excellent evidence of the development of the dairying industry in the area and the State and the development of early rural service centres in the shire townships.
This is one of the most complete small farm complexes in the State and is notable for the number and early date of its various farm structures. It also contains important early examples of timber construction techniques used in farm buildings. The complex is important, too, as part of the first Gembrook village settlement. It has significant associations with the Ure family who played a major role in the development of the area.
Silverwells residence on VHR H611; HO125 (Cardinina Shire Planning Scheme)