Convict cottages on sale for first time

  • HOW is this for owning a part of Australia’s history? Limestone terraces built in the 1850s by convicts have been offered up for private sale for the first time in their long history.

The State Heritage Office is selling the three terraces in Freemantle, Western Australia, which have never before been offered for sale in the 165 years they have been standing.

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These terraces in Freemantle were built by convicts in the 1850s. Picture: Colliers International Source:Supplied

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