Gallop House – National Trust Property
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About this site: “This family home was constructed c1872-1877 for James Gallop Snr and family who were amongst the first European settlers associated with farming in the district. The house itself was built on the original site of Dalkeith Farm (c1831), once a well established market garden. Currently the house is used as a private residence and is therefore for viewing externally.
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