Braidwood, NSW, 2722
Just three hours south of Sydney is a beautiful Georgian homestead, built in the 1830s of brick stucco-ed and lined to simulate stone. This may be a home, but it is also a historical museum, housing original, period pieces belonging to the National Trust of Australia.
Each room is eclectically decorated with original pieces, each room more grand that the next. High ceilings, natural light, original wallpaper and a timeless facade which can pass as both a country home in Australia (from the front) or a middle eastern facade (from the back).
The house also features an underground bunker, with dust flooring, original brick walls and tunnels leading to various rooms including an original photographic dark room, and a set of stairs that go nowhere.
Surrounded by farm-lands, tractors and cattle this location also includes an original double story barn, horses and chicken coops.