The one-time dwelling of celebrated explorer Sir Douglas Mawson is a shade of its former historic self after coming to marketplace for the primary time since 1975.
At the moment uninhabitable and in want of a full-scale renovation, the Glebe property in Sydney’s internal west has torn ceilings, cobwebs and broken partitions.
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Inbuilt 1882 as a part of the landmark Palmerston Terrace row, 285 Glebe