Ebenezer Villa is a substantial sandstone house located at 105 Tizzana Road, Ebenezer, New South Wales. It was the home of Frederick Adolphus Stubbs and his wife Mary Maria Dunstan whom he married in 1906. Mary Maria died in January 1935 aged 75 years and was buried in Wilberforce Cemetery. In June 1938 he married Nina Winifred Black. Frederick died at Ebenezer Villa on the 7 March 1943.
The property amounting to about 31 acres was purchased from George Hall for the sum of £100 in June 1904. [See Old Systems Book 761 No 354] The house was constructed in 1905 by Arnold Bros stonemasons.
The Messrs Arnold are making good headway with the construction of a stone house for Mr Fred Stubbs, of Sackville. When completed it should be a very presentable little residence.
Ebenezer Villa is listed as an item of local heritage significance on the Hawkesbury City Council Local Environmental Plan 2012. See the listing for Ebenezer Villa
Ebenezer Villa is located on the western side of Tizzana Road near Prentis Lane. This property of originally 100 acres was first granted to John Howe on 19 April 1803, Portion 101, Parish of Wilberforce, County of Cook.
Please make your comment below. PLEASE NOTE that comments are moderated and only relevant comments will be published