This house was designed by J.A. Cope Christie in 1905 for Charles Llewellyn Andersson (later Sir), an accountant, who helped raise, served with and later commanded the South African Light Horse Regiment. After the occupation of Johannesburg he returned to civilian life and assisted the military administration as a Justice of the Peace.
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