Regent House

Simon's Town Historical Society

Regent House

Cape Town, Simon's Town, Western Cape 7995, South Africa

Created By: Simon's Town Historical Society


Previously owned by Henry Roselt (1801) sold in 1829 to John Osmond - and inherited by his daughter Agnes Barrow. After several other owners it was bequeathed to Edith Alice Lankester in 1861 and is named Regent House for the first time. After passing through several hands it was sold in 1955 to George V Williams who ran an Electrical business there for many years . In 1986 Gladys Dilley Estates become tenants and in 1994 D W Dilley purchases the building to run an estate agency and an Allied Building Society Branch. Presently there is a store on the street level and an Apartment on the 1st floor accessed from Rectory Lane.


This point of interest is part of the tour: Simon's Town Historical Society


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