The original Post Office Cottage has been beautifully restored and extended to accentuate the historic character of the building. Many original features remain, going hand-in-hand with modern luxuries.
The cottage features a modern fully equipped kitchen with spacious open plan dining and lounge. There is a separate "snug "with comfy lounge chairs and an open gas fire, the perfect spot for sharing a good Mudgee red.
The cottage includes three bedrooms. The master suite features a large king size bed, ensuite and dressing room. Two large queen rooms share a large bathroom with claw foot bath and separate double bowl sink.
All rooms have access to a large wrap-around verandah, perfect for alfresco dining or taking in the surrounding view. The cottage also features fully ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, a laundry and ample parking.
The cottage provide spacious accommodation for up to three couples travelling together, but is not suitable for children. It is the perfect location for an intimate boutique wedding.
Eurunderee Post Office History
The first Eurunderee Post Office was established in the 1870s. It was located three kilometres north of the Old Post Office Cottage in the home of Henry Lawson’s father, the first postmaster. The ruins of the home can still be visited today.
The Post Office moved to the its current location in the 1920s where it operated until 1961. The cottage also included the Eurunderee telephone exchange, servicing the local community.
As testament to its rich history, the current owners preserved the old post office located at the front of the Old Post Office Cottage.
The Roth family moved to the Mudgee region in the early 1800s, forming a significant part of Mudgee’s early history. Adam Roth established the Craigmoor Vineyard in 1858 now Oatley Vineyard and Restaurant.
The Post Office Cottage was built for the Roth family by George Muller a relative of the current owners. Edna Riddle, granddaughter of Adam Roth, lived in the cottage until 1999. Her mother had been the postmistress during the period the Post Office was operating.
Current owners, Jim and Barbara Muller, purchased the cottage in 1995. The house was fully renovated and extended in 2013.