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Rylstone style

The typical building style has random rubble with dressed sandstone blocks in the corners, windows and doors,

I think this is the Police residence.


  1. Love this cottage - think I'll move in!!

  2. Yeah ... me so to. I suspect it would be very cool during summer ...

  3. I like the stone combination. It looks lovely.

  4. The town is full of coittages like this ... it really has a lovely character. Cool would be good Julie. There is a photo in this blog taken a year or two ago when it was 42 degrees. This summer was mild so a bit deceiving.

  5. This is my daughters best friends house. There are some great houses on Mudgee Street. One even has it's original dirt floor.


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