Early Colonial Homes of the Sydney Region, 1788-1838
Survey of the remaining homes, Georgian farmhouses and mansions in the Sydney region constructed within the first half century of European settlement in the colony. A line drawing of each featured building is presented along with a brief description of its history and importance. Includes bibliography and index.
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acres Agnes Bank Alexander Macleay Australia NSW Baulkham Hills Shire became Belgenny Broadbent Brush Farm Camden Park Camden Park Estate Campbelltown Cattai cedar cellar colonial houses District Historical Society Drawing shows early colonial Elizabeth Farm Eschol Park Experiment Farm Cottage Exploring Sydney's West Exploring the Hawkesbury fanlight farmhouse front verandah garden Georgian Glenfield Farm grant Hadley Park Harrisford Hassall Hawkesbury Hawkesbury Shire Heritage Historic Houses Trust homestead house was built ibid James John Verge Kangaroo Press kitchen land later Liverpool Macarthur Development Board Macleay Macquarie Grove Macquarie's Mamre Marsden Meadow Vale Merrymount Mulgoa National Trust Nepean Oatlands House original owners Paddington Pitt Town Portland Head Proudfoot purchased Rectory restored Richmond roof rooms Rouse Hill Rouse Hill House sandstock brick sandstone shutters single-storey slab sold stone house stone-flagged stuccoed Sydney Thomas Toxeth two-storey Vaucluse House verandah Verge's Werrington Werrington Park Windsor wing