Nestled in the lovely town of Bothwell is this National Trust classified brick cottage built in 1847 and once owned by ex-convict Robert Blake who's son purchased and ran the Bothwell brewery which became known as Blakes' Brewery. There has been a sympathetically adjoined brick barn like addition at the back of the cottage with a new kitchen living room and a magnificent bedroom upstairs. A wood combustion stove has been installed which heats the large master bedroom upstairs, the kitchen living room and the hot water. The original brick residence has an old combustion stove and a wood-heater both flanked by elegant Huon Pine cupboards. The original blackwood floor boards add character and warmth to this lovely residence. The adjoined title used to have a Wesleyan Church but it was demolished. The package is complemented by a garage, workshop and garden shed.
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