Thursday, 9 April 2015

Olveston

Entrance gateway to Olveston


The working area of the house - the back.
The servants entrance and the tradesmans window is just behind the fence.


Olveston is a historic grand house 
bequeathed to the City of Dunedin 
by Miss Dorothy Theomin in 1966.

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10 comments:

  1. A most lovely place, it reminds me of our governor's mansion here!

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  2. really neat, solid gate! thanks for sharing!

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  3. Wonderful shares! I love wrought iron so the first fence caught my eye. Lovely with wonderful captures. Have a great day!

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  4. What a pretty gate. Looks like quite a lovely place to visit.

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  5. Love the photo of the beautiful gate entrance!
    -Lisa

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  6. It's a beautiful historic house. I love seeing such homes...in fact, used to work in two historic houses in Norfolk, Va., giving tours!

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  7. pretty house and entrance gate.

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