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Built in 1863-'64, the Ewelme Cottage is a historic house museum that preserves the period furnishing of the Lush family.
Built in 1863-'64, the Ewelme Cottage is a historic house museum that preserves the period furnishing of the Lush family. It is believed to be haunted by a young girl.
14 Ayr St, Parnell, Auckland 1052, New Zealand
+64 9-524 5729
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