Peking Mountain House in Keogh was once a dream house for many, but now the dream house has finally come true.
Peking’s house has been completed, but its final destination remains a mystery.
The Pekinghouse was built by Mr Peking in 1878, after he was the first farmer in the country to earn a living in his fields.
It is now a home for his grandchildren and is currently being used by the Peking family for the family’s yearly Easter party.
Mr Peking said the house was his dream, and that it was one of his greatest achievements.
“I think it is a beautiful, beautiful house, it’s a dream and I think it was a real dream to build a house of such high quality,” he said.
“I can only imagine what my life would have been like if I had been able to have the luxury of having a house like this.”
He said he would like to have another house built in the near future.
“It will be a wonderful place to live, it will be wonderful to live here.
It will be like being in a home in the mountains,” he added.
In addition to Mr Peng’s family, Pegging’s descendants include Mr Pegg, his great-grandmother and grandfather.
The Pengs were granted a licence to farm in the 1930s and built the Peeking House at the time.
Originally built as a school for the young children of Peking, the house now houses a number of activities for the children, including a school, a youth club and a community centre.
The family is known for their strong social and political views, and Pegging has often spoken of his desire to live in a society where he and other Peggs could live peacefully.