Visiting Olveston House in Owenston has six tours a day. It's not going anywhere, it's not going to be able to hang around by itself.
Visitors to the Old House in Oswerton can learn about the lives of wealthy families during the First World War. The house and its furnishings changed slightly between 1906 and 1926. It is also a small collection of valuable paintings, furniture and works of art collected by its owner.
The location of the old house is very high and it's a little tired to climb up. The roadside of the old house overlooks the port of Otago. The garden of the old house is very beautiful. There are old cars in the garage, shining. Designed by London architect George, it was built between 1904 and 1906 for the businessmen and families of David Siouming. The ancient house is a typical Scottish building with a simple and generous appearance. This is a house with superb construction technology. The stairs inside the house are not even used with a nail. The exquisitely decorated building has 35 rooms of different sizes. The interior decoration and decoration remain the same, displaying the precious paintings, furniture and works of art collected by the owner. Visit ticket is $19. No photos can be taken inside.
At the beginning of the 20th century, a house inhabited by a wealthy family in Daniding was designed and built by British architects. Later generations donated the house to the government. The house was decorated and furnished to understand the life of the wealthy people in New Zealand in that century. Everything in it was very precious.
If you go late and don't receive it, look around outside and leave in memory. I'll say it again next time.
It's really a very large private residence. The tour guide told us family stories.
Ancient color, original flavor, it is recommended that tourists go.