St. John's Christian Secondary School (Revolution Hall)
Known as the Revolution Hall, it is said that this estate was the planning ground or meeting place for the Fedon Rebellion of 1795-6. It was owned by Jacques Fedon, brother of Julien Fedon. After the rebellion it was bought by a Mr. Smith, before it was sold in later years with about 160 acres to the religious order, Brother's of St. John's.
Today it houses the St. John's Christian Secondary School, known also as Schaper School.