Tamarind Hill is a stately mansion that was once the residence of a British Admiral. Situated on a three-acre estate bordering the Ginganga River, the original mansion has been retained in its entirety with minimal structural changes. An addition at the rear, built around a central courtyard, blends in seamlessly and leads to a stunning infinity pool set amidst terraced landscaped gardens. Ornate arches, verandahs, courtyards, hardwood floors, and trellised roof awnings of this stately mansion are enhanced with elegant interiors furnished with Dutch period antiques, vibrant local art, and luxurious soft furnishings. Tamarind Hill has an ambience of a typical southern walawua.