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City: Sydney

The last relic of the small, relatively plain buildings that once ringed Sydney Cove in the early colonial period, this small sandstone cottage was built 1815-1816. The building has survived largely because of constant Government or institutional ownership, first as a barracks, then as Cadman's residence as superintendent of Government Craft (1826-45). The Cottage was originally built by the water side with reclamation over the years.


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