Herdsman Lake Settler Cottage – National Trust Property
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About this site: This simple jarrah weatherboard dwelling represents the last of forty cottages of the 1930 government subdivision that attempted to provide affordable agricultural land close to Perth. Simple in plan, with four interconnecting rooms and a verandah front and back, it was the most economical cottage design available, and was considered to provide a good basic level of accommodation.
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