WITH its distinctive rounded facade and music notes adorning its front fence, Climar House is hard to miss.
The house has been an icon on Campbell Town's High Street since it was built and is a provisional entry for the Tasmanian Heritage Register.
Climar House was designed by Tasmanian writer Marjorie Bligh, and built with her late husband Cliff Blackwell.
Construction started in 1951 and was finished in 1954.
The data sheet to support the home's registration said Climar House was a rare example of a post-war residence in a rural community largely designed by a woman.
The title of the home, created by Mrs Bligh, uses the first three letters of her and her husband's names.
The music notes on the fence are the opening bars of Melody Of Love, an ode to Mrs Bligh's love of music.
If no objections are made, Climar House will be permanently entered into the Tasmanian Heritage Register later this year.