Lansdowne House was built circa 1910 with one of its earliest residents being the grandson of James Dalton. James Dalton's original
home, Roseneath, next to Lansdowne, was built in 1860 and is where 11 of his 12 children were born. James is arguably one of the
most influential men in the development of Orange. He built many incredible properties including St Joseph's church which is located
diagonally opposite Lansdowne, and the Duntryleague Guesthouse. James was also a key person in the construction of the famous Cook
Park, just a short stroll away.
Lansdowne House, with its elegantly proportioned rooms and gorgeous ornate marble fireplaces, reminds us of the high aspirations of the early builders of Orange and offers an amazing experience for your stay in Orange. Heritage-listed, this three bedroom, three bathroom federation home has received the de Russie touches to make it one of Orange's premier places to stay. With its beautiful furnishings, informal and formal dining areas, outdoor entertaining areas, free wi-fi, king beds and pillows in all rooms, you will fall in love with de Russie's beloved Lansdowne House.