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CHANEY COTTAGE
This cottage has several features typical of New Zealand colonial architecture, including a curved verandah on its front and a lean-to at the rear.
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Commercial Buildings
CHEZ LA MER BACKPACKERS
This is one of Akaroaís oldest surviving commercial buildings. It became an hotel in 1871 and still accommodates visitors to the town.
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Public Buildings
CORONATION LIBRARY
Since 1875, residents of Akaroa keen on reading have used this picturesque building as their library.
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COTTAGE, 10 PERCY STREET
Despite some alterations, this typical cottage of the 1870s still has its original charm and character.
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COTTAGE, 10 RUE LAVAUD
The only survivor of four similar cottages built in 1877, this is a good example of the simplicity of New Zealandís colonial domestic architecture.
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COTTAGE, 112 RUE JOLIE
This cottage has an unusual appearance which is explained by it origins as a shed from which an undertaker ran his business.
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COTTAGE, 12 RUE BALGUERIE
One of several cottages built on Rue Balguerie uphill from St Peterís Church.
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COTTAGE, 162 RUE JOLIE
This cottage has several typical features of Akaroa cottages and like many others was owned by the same family for many years.
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COTTAGE, 17 RUE BALGUERIE
More substantial than many earlier cottages, this elegant home is distinguished by a prominent cross gable and bay windows.
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COTTAGE, 20 PERCY STREET
This fine example of a cottage of the 1860s was the home of an interesting early Akaroa couple.
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