15 Crescent Street

Built in c1907 the house is an outstanding example of a period residence with a long association with the prominent Thomas and Paton families. It demonstrates the characteristics of a Federation brick home. Its stylistic features and high degree of integrity make it one of the more notable built landmarks in Penguin. Its heritage significance is the rare social circumstance of having been occupied and used as a residence for 100 years by the same family group – Henry Thomas and his descendants.