A piece of Bendigo history on the market

A piece of Bendigo history on the market
A piece of Bendigo history on the market

For the first time in more than 30 years, one of Bendigo’s premier historic homes is on the market.

Newington, on Barnard Street in Bendigo, has been listed by Barry Plant Bendigo.

The property was built in the late 1860s by stonemason, James Brierly, who is best known for building Bendigo’s oldest building, Specimen Cottage.

Alterations carried out in the late 1890s are believed to be the work of local architect, William Beebe, including the beautiful cast-iron trimmed front façade.

The building now has a number of modern conveniences including automated smart home technology, programmable hydronic floor and skirting board heating and top of the range appliances.

“Newington is testament to the stunning architecture of old Bendigo," Bill Williams, at Barry Plant Bendigo said.

Situated on 600 square metres with rear access from Rosalind Street, the property will be sold via tender concluding June 12.

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