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The great house and estate buildings are fine examples of Jamaican Georgian architecture.
The nearer house probably dates from the 19th century and has verandas on the ground and upper floors. The other house is a recently built or modified building.
Front view of the Governor General's place of residence, King's House. Palms, bouganvillas and other plants are in the garden before the property.