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Built by Peter Lawson in 1876, you can find these colonial ruins on Henry Lawson Drive 8 km north of Mudgee, in a place called Eurenderee, known as Pipeclay in Lawson’s time.
The house was demolished soon after the end of the Second World War.
(Photographs of Henry Lawson's funeral, Waverley Cemetery, 1922 and various residences], n.d.)
Surrounded by vineyards, today it is found at the entrance of Lawson Hill Estate , a tract of land the Lawson's first squatted on prior to moving to Gulgong in 1871, before returning a couple of years later in 1873, when Henry was six years old, to take up a 40 acre holding, which would include a post office