This is all that remains of a Murray homestead. It is most likely that the original Murray farm was divided between two brothers as was the custom here at a time. It has so survived simply because it provides a useful shelter for stock. It still, however, provides us with a footprint of another Moneyconey family as well. Of course, this house would have had other buildings attached to it and would have had a thatched roof. The tin roof would have been added when the old house would have been converted for farm use, after it had been abandoned. However, this insured that most of the structure has been saved. These Murrays would have been ancestors of the present Murray family further along the Moneyconey road. It looks like the current tenant has definitely made it her home. The stonework is very clear to be seen in the photograph.