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Strelley Brook Farmhouse

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Experience country life in your very own historic cottage. A unique heritage farmhouse, this lovingly restored mudbrick cottage was one of the first homes built in the area. Today it offers cosy, private self contained accommodation surrounded by native and cottage gardens on a picturesque 4 hectare farming property in the heart of the Swan Valley.

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Strelley Brook is a lovingly restored self contained rustic farmhouse on a 4 hectare estate bordered by a tree lined brook and surrounded by vineyards and farmland. Owners Rex and Lina McCrae offer affordable, cosy accommodation only 30 minutes’ drive from the centre of Perth and 20 minutes’ drive from both Perth airports. Their estate is home to a flock of dorper sheep, cows, chooks, ducks and other farm animals, all supervised by Shilo the border collie. Centrally located to the Swan Valley’s many wineries and attractions and built around 1860, the cottage offers privacy and a romantic setting with modern conveniences. This charming mud brick cottage has panoramic views of the magnificent Darling Ranges and neighboring vineyards. In winter, snuggle up in front of the open fire with a glass of red wine. In warmer months, relax out on the open verandahs and enjoy the clear, star filled skies. Discounts are available for extended stays.

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  • 90 Lefroy Avenue, Herne Hill WA 6056, Australia

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The City of Swan acknowledges the Whadjuk (Noongar) people, who are the traditional custodians of this country. We pay respect to their culture, history and their elders past and present.