STAY AT THE 1825 HOUSE
Our company's name '1825 interiors' was inspired by the Moras family farmhouse - Wicketty Wees - at Bulga on the historic Putty Road, between Windsor and Singleton in regional NSW.
The farm is the focus of family gatherings on weekends and during school holidays. Four generations of the Moras family enjoy bushwalks, barbeques and swimming in the dams and creeks. Ken Moras, the current owner of Wicketty Wees, has a sustainable approach to cattle farming, much like his children's approach to their recycled timber furniture business. The original landholder, an Irish convict named Charles Tuckermann, built the farmhouse in 1825. Since then it has been lovingly restored by a former owner with ironbark slabs, a yellowbox floor, and a new shingle roof (now protected by an iron roof).
Set on over 7,500 acres, Wicketty Wees is one of the largest working cattle stations in the Sydney Region. Explore its valleys, caves and mountain fire trails, try horse riding or rock climbing, or simply relax on the verandah with a good book.
Dating back to 1825, Wicketty Wees is an original settlers homestead. It has been lovingly restored to its former glory but with all the modern comforts. The homestead is fully self-contained with two queen beds, one single bed and two combustion fireplaces to keep you snug and warm in winter.
The interior of the old farmhouse is literally a showcase for the family business featuring recycled timber furniture, soft furnishings and country style homewares.
To find out more about farm stays at Wicketty Wees click here.