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“Adderley’, Lyttleton

This stone dwelling built in the 1860s was severely earthquake damaged. Yet the owners undertook to rescue and faithfully restore most of the house and to retain heritage features.  The house has a historical pedigree going back to 1858.  It is a rare surviving stone dwelling left in Lyttelton and the restored street frontage can be enjoyed by passers by.

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