Ramble Great House

Parish: St.Ann

The Ramble Great House is a two storey building . On the upper floor was the living room which had a fire place and on the ground floor were three bedrooms and a dinning room .The Great house was a part of the Ramble Estate, previously known as Finger Post. The estate was the site of an abortive attempt to establish the only tea plantation in the West Indies.



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