Craiglea High Street 25

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Address: 25 High St
Town or Locality: Gawler
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Craiglea was owned by Dr W.H. Popham who used to fire a cannon from his front garden to announce to the town that the mail from England had arrived. Dr W.H. Popham is buried in St George's Anglican Cemetery in Cheek Avenue along with his two wives. On his death, his son Dr Francis William Home Popham lived there until he died in 1903.

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Craiglea - built 1858, has 10 main rooms and kitchen and bathroom facilities on both levels. Set on .4 ha of terraced garden, it accompanies a separate 2 storey care-takers residence and a huge barn and coach-house.
Craiglea - built 1858, has 10 main rooms and kitchen and bathroom facilities on both levels. Set on .4 ha of terraced garden, it accompanies a separate 2 storey care-takers residence and a huge barn and coach-house.
Craiglea High Street 1860
Craiglea High Street 1860
Craiglea High Street, 1860
Craiglea High Street, 1860
Craiglea High Street 1860
Craiglea High Street 1860
Craiglea High Street 1860
Craiglea High Street 1860
Craiglea High Street, c1980
Craiglea High Street, c1980
Craiglea stables 1860
Craiglea stables 1860
Craiglea stables 1860
Craiglea stables 1860


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