Make the Historic Gundaroo 'Prickle Farm' yours today
This gorgeous historic cottage known affectionately by locals as "The Prickle Farm" has been lovingly restored and boasts a famous past. Built in 1874 by blacksmith, Robert Edwards; it's now a very comfortable four bedroom residence with two living areas and is reminiscent of 19th Century Australian living. A white picket fence and redbrick path is a wonderful prelude to the charming interiors featuring shiplap lining boards, brick fireplace, cyprus pine floor boards and topping this off 'a verandah out the front with an old rocking chair...'.
- 143sqm of living on a 1897sqm block - Bi-fold doors separate the living and kitchen areas - Slow combustion burner in main living area - 20,000L rain water tank - Onsite absorption trench waste management system - Garden shed, enclosed vegetable patch and large dog run - Dual access: rear lane to house and block access off Morning Street - Front half of block with established shady trees - The feature of the popular ABC radio series The Prickle Farm - 30 minute drive from north Canberra and 40 minutes to airport - Reliable school bus services to and from the village - Primary School and award winning eateries a short walk away
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