Archibald McLean commissioned architect George Sollitt to design and build Greenhill in 1898. He lived at Greenhill until his death in 1929. This King Suite would originally have incorporated his office and consists of a bedroom, sitting room and two ensuite bathrooms.
The bedroom features a magnificent floor to ceiling window with hand painted lead lights which give access to the verandah and to the gardens at the front of the property.
An open fireplace creates a cosy atmosphere in the winter months. The sitting room is furnished with relaxed seating and a writing desk.
This suite has a super King size bed and sleeps two.