Heritage New Zealand category I building. The kauri-constructed Ewelme Cottage has a link with the Anglican community in Auckland, the dwelling designed and built by the Reverend Vicesimus Lush (1817-1882) and his wife Blanche in 1863-64. Located close to the prominent Anglican community in Parnell, the house enabled Lush’s sons to attend the Church of England grammar school while he was attending to his pastoral duties.
Source Ewelme Cottage.
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