Runnymede – National Trust Property
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About this site: A colonial house built in 1836 by Robert Pitcairn. Captain Charles Bayley acquired the house in 1864 and named it Runnymede after his favourite ship. It is listed as a protected property by the National Trust of Tasmania.
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