Broadgreen homestead in Stoke, with its two storeys and 11 rooms, is unusually large for a New Zealand cob building (made from a mixture of mud and straw). It was built from around 1854 as a home for the merchant Edmund Buxton, his wife and six daughters. The historic house is managed as a museum and is open to the public.
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Photograph by Denis Le Cren
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