The Gardeners Cottage 1823 - OPEN HOME CANCELLED
Step back in time to when this charming cottage was home to the local Parish Gardener. Situated in the heart of the historic Richmond, this Heritage listed 2 bedroom cottage is commonly known as Richmond's oldest building. Highlights are the original tin roof imported from England in 1823, the original timber slabs used in the walls and floors and the magnificent 100yr old rose in the Cottages' garden. A charming blend of old and new, The Gardeners Cottage has been lovingly restored beyond its former glory as it now incorporates today's creature comforts into yesterday's history.
Behind the noteworthy red door, you will be pleasantly surprised by the spacious main bedroom, roomy tiled living room with a study nook, and the brand new never used Galley style kitchen complete with servery window to the dining area which also features the magnificent original fireplace. Throughout the home the original floorboards have been restored, the gardens have been adapted to outdoor living.
With weekender, Air BnB or even commercial and professional rooms an option (STCA) this hidden gem is waiting to be found. Prepare to be enchanted by The Gardeners Cottage warmth and history.