WELCOME TO CHARLOTTE’S COTTAGE
Charlotte’s Cottage is a superbly restored Victorian, built as a private school in 1871, dominating Connelly St. in the historic port area and nestled between the Murray and Campaspe rivers, the house is in a peaceful but prime area of Echuca.
Take a stroll to High St. where you will find trendy cafes, boutique shops, wellness centres and Echuca’s finest restaurants and hotels. Wander through the port and explore the Paddle Steamer Capital of the World. All this within 500 metres.
Walk the Scenic Track, take a cruise or just enjoy the beautiful Murray with all the activities and fun it provides. E.g. Canoes, SUP, barbie boats, fishing, skiing or a round of golf at Rich River.
The home boasts 3 large bedrooms, each with ensuite, including a bath. The house has central heating and air conditioning with each guest room having its own split system.
Two leather couches make the lounge room very comfortable with TV and DVD player. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
The family/dining room offers an alternate area to gather with its own TV and DVD player. The huge entertainer’s kitchen is fully equipped with ample cookware, crockery, cutlery and glassware. There are two ovens, microwave, dishwasher, coffee machine and percolator and French door fridge/freezer. The fully functional laundry is adjacent.
The sheltered courtyard with BBQ is the perfect spot to enjoy a balmy Echuca evening. This charming cottage, steeped in Echuca’s history will both surprise and delight you.
This Victorian Picturesque Gothic cottage is built on land which was once the vineyard of Henry Hopwood, the founder of Echuca. When Henry died he left the land to his wife Charlotte who later sold it to Elizabeth Wilson. In 1871, Elizabeth built the cottage as a small private school for the children of wealthy families, in the ‘Wealthy West End’ of Echuca. When Elizabeth died, she left the cottage to her friend Emily Fedarb, who continued to run it as a school until early in the 20th. century.
Over recent years, the cottage became derelict but fortunately, it was heritage listed and unable to be demolished. In 2007, it was lovingly restored and remodelled to become the luxury cottage it is today. Period features include the original polished boards, large Victorian windows, fireplaces and twelve-foot ceilings.