Southfield was built in 1857 as a residential villa for a well-to-do Victorian. It has since spent time as a hospital for wounded soldiers of the Great War, a hostel for girls attending the original high school and finally as local government education offices before it was converted to a community centre.
There are five rooms of various sizes which can be hired - three on the Ground Floor and two on the First Floor. Please note that there is no lift - the First Floor is stairs access only.
GROUND FLOOR Room 1
GROUND FLOOR Room 2
GROUND FLOOR Room 3
FIRST FLOOR Room 4
FIRST FLOOR Room 8
CLICK on the room numbers to the left for details of each room.
There is wi-fi access throughout the building. The password (which is changed regularly) can be obtained from the Caretaker.