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This attractive Arts and Crafts style home was constructed for County Engineer Robert D, Climie in 1922 - The home was designed by celebrated Arts and Crafts architect James Walter
  Built in 1909 for Herbert B.Curtis and designed by New Plymouth architect, Frank Messenger. Curtis was Mayor of Inglewood from 1907-1910. When first built, the building was known as the
2019 View: By Hamish Crimp with top floor now removed This building was constructed in 1893 for Mrs Weeks', and operated as the Somerset Boarding House - it was originally two-storied,
2019 View: By Hamish Crimp This reinforced concrete building was constructed for Inglewood Grocer John McLean in 1925. The building was designed by noted New Plymouth architects Messenger, Griffiths and
2019 View: By Hamish Crimp The Inglewood County Council employed noted New Plymouth architects Messenger, Griffiths and Taylor to design their new offices in 1924 - the successful tenderer for construction