Nestling in the peaceful town of Crookwell in the Southern Tablelands, this delightful 1870s cottage is surrounded by private cottage gardens. It has been renovated with wooden floors, beams and open fireplaces enhancing its rustic country appeal. The town center of Crookwell. Traditional shops, pubs, and sporting facilities are just a few minutes walk away, and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy cycling or hiking around the rural district.
Situated on the western slope of the Great Dividing Range, Crookwell lies north of Goulburn. The discovery of this rich farming country followed on from the journeys of exploration by Throsby and Meehan (1828) in search of an inland route to the settlement at Bathurst to the north.
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