Walawwas or manor houses were the family homes to high ranking people in the feudal hierarchy. Mostly the owners were wealthy people who sought out their wealth from thousands of acres of plantations. Specially, this area “Induruwa was the home to many large rubber and cinnamon plantations in down south.
This glamorous house was built in the first quarter of the last century by a wealthy planter in Induruwa. House boasts magnificent British Colonial architecture which was popular among colonials under British rule. House incorporates wooden fanlights, high roofs, wooden furniture, verandas, red cement floor, and a typical Sri Lankan courtyard. And it is set on an extensive garden of 5 acres where you have more than enough space for further developments. There are 5 large and spacious bedrooms, a single office room, 2 bathrooms, 3 large living areas, a large kitchen, and a large dining area in the house. The owner has maintained the house very well.
House overlooks an abandoned rice paddy field which generates some nice greenery views and also this house set in a place where you experience an abundance of tranquility and peacefulness.
This house can be purchased only along with the 35-acre rubber and cinnamon plantation owned by him.