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Antrim House

Antrim House, completed in 1905 for Robert Hannah (1845-1930) and his wife Hannah Hannah (1852-1928), is a significant historic dwelling in the city of Wellington. Antrim House was built in 1904-05 for Robert Hannah Antrim House (named after the county of his birth) was his last home, and had all the latest conveniences including gas, electric light and bathroom Constructed mainly of kauri and heart totara on concrete foundations, Antrim House remains as a fine example of an Edwardian Italianate house.

Antrim House is a historic building on Boulcott Street in Wellington, New Zealand.

The house was built for Robert Hannah, an Irish immigrant from County Antrim, in 1905. Constructed mainly of kauri and heart totara on concrete foundations, Antrim House remains as a fine example of an Edwardian Italianate house. The two-storey building with tower, topped with a mansard roof, was an impressive residence situated on a large section with garden and out-buildings.

The building is classified as a "Category I" ("places of 'special or outstanding historical or cultural heritage significance or value'") historic place by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust.[1]

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