Government House, Kingsbury

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Government House
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Government House from across Queens's Square, c. 1920s
General information
Architectural style Second Empire
Location Kingsbury, CENT
Construction started 23 July 1862
Completed 17 November 1867
Cost £437,500[1][2]
Owner Crown Estates Trust

Government House is a official residence located in the centre of the city of Kingsbury. The palace serves as the residence of the Governor-General of New Ingerland, and is considered to be the official location of the Vice-regal Court.


References and notes

  1. The cost of building is given in Pounds sterling for the year 1867. In today's money, the cost of the building comes to GBP £43,400,000; NIP £3,273,001 10s 2d.
  2. Officer, Lawrence H.; Williamson, Samuel H (2014). "Five Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a UK Pound Amount, 1270 to Present". Retrieved 11 November 2014.

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