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Pierce Leslie Bunglow


Pierce Leslie Bunglow the charming Mansion was once the office of Pierce Leslie & Co., the famous coffee merchants. Founded in 1862 AD, this building, a representative of Fort Cochin Colonial Bungalow reflects Portuguese, Dutch and local influences.
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Characteristic features of this bungalow are wood panels that form the roof of ground floor, arched doorways, carved doors and sprawling rooms. Water front verandas are an added attraction to the magnifient house.

Significance

Office Of Pierce Leslie & Co

General Information

Location
Ernakulam, Kerala
Unique Features
Wood Panels that form the roof of the Ground Floor and Water Front Verandas

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