Double Gable Cottage
Still found throughout Queensland and rural northern New South Wales, these worker’s cottages developed from the need to accommodate a growing family. Single gabled homes provided only one or two rooms. The simplest way to provide more space was to build two adjoining houses or to build on to an existing house with an identical extension. This created the double gable or ‘M’ shaped roof profile.
Our literature carries interpretation about the history of the buildings, their location, methods of construction, architectural details and historical anecdotes.
Instructions included with the model are easy to follow stage by stage diagrams. Glue is required but not supplied.