Miss Traill’s House and Garden – National Trust Property
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About this site: This charming bungalow was built in 1845 by the Rev. Thomas Sharpe. In 1976 the house and its contents were left to the Trust by Miss Ida Traill. With its beautiful gardens and extensive collections of furniture, ceramics and art it is one of Bathurst’s hidden treasures.
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