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A Centrally Located Piece of History With a Whole Lot of Charm

By Rosie Barton

The property at 12 Wellington Street is a historical gem with all the modern features you need, set in the quiet and picturesque township of Binalong just one hour outside of Canberra.

This unique home has been lovingly restored to replicate all its former charm yet offering all you need in a modern home.

Once the Binalong Station Masters residence, this double brick home was originally designed and built in 1876 and now offers three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a newly renovated kitchen. 

Local agent David Alexander  says, “The home’s history is evident with beautiful timber floors, doorway hearths, working fireplaces and 10-foot ceilings but not at the expense of modern comforts like air-conditioning!” 

The airy, light-filled home is set on a large block overlooking a former railway reserve, with professionally designed established gardens and an entertainer’s courtyard.   

Owner Tom Reid says, “We are proud of the stunning garden we have created and hope that the new owners enjoy it..  It’s perfect for a growing family.”

The property also offers a large shed which could be easily converted to a separate office, workshop, gym or granny flat depending on your family’s needs. 

Owner Molly Johnson added, “Binalong provided the perfect community to welcome our first child into and we will certainly miss the charm the village has to offer.”

Binalong is a rural town only a short drive from bustling cities with all the benefits of village living.  12 Wellington Street sits in the heart of the village, surrounded by cafes, shops and only a short walk to the local school. 

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