Friday, October 8, 2010


The Pah Homestead was built between 1877 and 1879 as Auckland businessman James Williamson's "gentleman's residence". Designed by architect Edward Mahoney using the popular Italianate style, it was the largest home in the Auckland province at the time. The Auckland City Council have subsequently restored the building and now houses the TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre - an impressive collection of art works, a cafe with patio dining and gorgeous gardens to stroll through. We loved our morning there and will definitely return sooner rather than later.

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