Ned Kelly’s childhood home on the market


The larger federation-style family home that shares the block with the Kelly childhood cottage.

Iconic bushranger Ned Kelly’s childhood home in country Victoria is open to prospective buyers this week. A block of land that includes the bluestone cottage in Beveridge, a town off the Hume Highway about 40 kilometres north of Melbourne, went on the market late last week.

The humble dirt-floor cottage, which Kelly’s Irish convict father John built on farmland in 1859 and where he was born, shares the block at 44 Kelly Street with a newer and larger federation-style family home.

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