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Greenslade House -Fairytale House By The River
From the imported St Helena roof tiles, to the pressed metal ceilings from Germany, the building of Hamilton’s iconic Greenslade House was an exercise in extravagance. French firebricks, stained glass windows and even flushing toilets - the house was a jewel from… - More

Grand Ole' Theatre Royal
When the Theatre Royal opened on 11 March 1915, it was lauded as the most beautiful provincial theatre in the dominion. Designed by prominent Auckland architect Hugh C. Grierson, it had a seating capacity of 1001, a grand street façade in Greek… - More