Harlaxton House is a single story house constructed of red stone quarried from Harlaxton.
The original architect who designed the house is unknown, although construction was completed in approximately 1870, and is of Victorian Gregorian style architecture.
Built as the primary residence of Australian explorer and politician Francis Thomas Gregory and his wife, the house was also rented to governor of Queensland Lord Lamington, purportedly where the Lamington cake was invented.
The building is not used specifically for any particular purpose at this point in time.
Heritage listed: 21/10/1992
Address: 6 Munroe St, Harlaxton Queensland 4350