Old Blythewood – National Trust Property
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About this site: Set on a high bank overlooking the fertile flats of the Murray River, Old Blythewood stands as a testament to the industry, ingenuity and flexibility of the pioneering McLarty family. Not content with merely farming, John and Mary Anne McLarty, who built the house in 1860, were also pastoralists, publicans, and provided postal services, bridge and road building.
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