We’ve shown you photos of the beautiful vineyards and yellow hills in which Angaston sits, but what about the village itself. Here you go:
This is the Main Street in Angaston. Almost every building was built pre-1900, many of them pre-1850. Choose your word to describe the town: quaint, charming, historic, beautiful, serene. They all work.
The is the beautiful old church just three doors down the street from our cottage. The population of Angaston is 1900, but the town also has four Lutheran churches. Why can’t we all just get along?
We pass the Angaston Town Hall, built in 1911, every morning on our way to Blond Coffee.
The Angaston Hotel. Another one of those buildings built sometime back in the 1800s. It’s right across the street from Blond Coffee.
The statues in the park about 100 meters down the street from Blond tell you all you need to know about the history of the town. It’s always been an agricultural area and vineyards are gradually replacing wheat fields.