Point Ellice House

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Point Ellice, a 19th-century residence of Peter and Caroline O’Reilly and their four children Frank, Kathleen, Mary Augusta and Jack, is said to be haunted by the family. The house museum has a nice collection of Victoriana and is open for tours and teas in the summer.

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Geographic Information

2616 Pleasant Street
Victoria, BC V8T 4V3

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48.43620879527888, -123.37719177063906
Nearest Towns:
Victoria, BC (1.3 mi.)
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Saanichton, BC (10.8 mi.)
Brentwood Bay, BC (11.0 mi.)


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