Narryna, Battery Point, Hobart

This series of photos is from an "1830s merchant’s house" in Hobart. There is more information here, including a site plan and a visitor's guide (PDF) with a description of each of the rooms.

I have broken my photos up by room/part of the house, and linked them below.

1 Entrance Hall
2 Drawing Room
3 Dining Room
4 Guest Bedroom
5 Breakfast Room
6 Back Hall
7 Kitchen
8 Landing
Exhibition Rooms
10 Nursery
11 Bedroom
12 Hall & Dressing Room
13 Servants Quarters
14 Pantry
15 Laundry
Courtyard

Runnymede, overview and outside

There are a number of different posts from this site, so I thought I should do a quick overview of the house to give the context to avoid having to repeat it each time. Other posts from this site can be found under the tag.

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Runnymede is in National Trust property, in New Town, a suburb of Hobart. It was built in the 1830s and has been added to over the years. That room on the right is one such addition.

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If I remember correctly, it is the ballroom, and has a side entrance via a bay window (partly hidden here by the tree).

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