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From the panel out the front"

"The building here now was built around 1900 by the Trenham family and was called Trentham Cottage. It is a typical house of the Carnovon period [after Port Arthur penal settlement closed down]. The house and garden have been restored to show how they might have looked in 1915."

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Looking from the front door.

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The short hall was two bedrooms opening off it, and a living room at the end. Unfortunately all these rooms are shown behind glass so they don't photograph well when you're in a hurry.


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This is the living room at the end of the hall.

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The kitchen is at the back of the house.

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A bathroom at the far end.

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The two doors are climate control, modern doors. One opens from the living room, the other from the kitchen which is in the "lean-to" at the back.

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The small roofed part to the right of the chimney is the cupboards built into the wall of the kitchen, between chimney and sink.

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