Bridgedale – National Trust Property
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About this site: The building of the Bridgedale farm began in 1859. Located on the banks of the Blackwood River, overlooking the only local crossing point, the original single room building grew into a complex of buildings, including a substantial house. Although the expansion of the nearby Bridgetown meant that the homestead later became a town residence, its farming origins remain apparent.
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