Dalwood House – National Trust Property
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About this site: Situated in the Hunter Valley at Branxton, Dalwood was built by George Wyndham in 1829. The classically educated, Wyndham designed his pioneer bungalow in the Greek Revival style. Take in the atmosphere of this unique house and then sample the fruit of Wyndham’s labour at the adjoining Wyndham Estate Winery.
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