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‘Travellers Rest’ Stockmans Cottage & Kookaburra Cottage

Stockmans Cottage is a 1900 dwelling that has been renovated and yet some originality is still visible. The cottage has two bedrooms. A main which houses a queen bed and reverse cycle air conditioner, and a second bedroom that has two large singles.
Lounge dining has a large reverse cycle air conditioner and a cozy fireplace.
The cottage is clean and very comfortable with parking on the property and is within walking distance of the Cressy township which boasts the Ringwood Hotel, Rustic bakehouse, a bowls club and an IGA.
Kookaburra Cottage was completed in February 2020 and is similar in appearance to Stockmans Cottage. Located on the same property, both cottages have separate driveways and their own individual characteristics. Kookaburra Cottage has one queen bedroom separate to the living area with a large bathroom and laundry, reverse cycle air conditioning, a household fridge and cooking facilities.

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