What is significant? The house (Lismore), constructed c.1909, at 48 Bridge Street, Korumburra is significant. It is a late Victorian symmetrical timber house of typical simple design with a M-hip roof, and a separate straight verandah supported on timber posts. The front door has a toplight and is flanked by double hung sash windows, and there are similar windows in the side elevations. There is one corbelled brick chimney.
Non-original alterations and additions to the house are not significant.
How is it significant? The house (Lismore) at 48 Bridge Street, Korumburra is of local historic significance to South Gippsland Shire.
Why is it significant? Historically, it is associated with an important phase in the development of Korumburra following the opening of the South Eastern Railway in 1891 when it grew to become the largest town in South Gippsland. It is representative of the simple cottages built throughout the township for mine workers and others. (Criteria A & D)