Lars Andersen House, Esk

David de Groot

Cedar Creek, Australia

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Taken early in the morning on the Wivenhoe shoot.

Lars Anderson arrived in Australia in June of 1885 and moved out to Esk where his brother was a blacksmith. He bought the land the house is situated on in 1886 for a sawmill and became an influential local builder. In 1900 he moved the sawmill and built his house (the current Lars Anderson House). By 1917 he’d supplied it with electricity (the only house in Esk to have such a thing) powered by his steam-powered sawmill.

Currently the house contains the Nash Gallery and Café.

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