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  A permit for a residence for Mr Charles Hayward Burgess on Town Section 584, Standish Street, was granted by the Borough Council on 16 December 1912. Whilst the architect
This attractive villa was constructed for New Plymouth land agent and chairman of The Taranaki County Council, Walter Bewley, in 1894.  Marian Susan Bewley, Walter's wife, purchased part of Fitzroy
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp This house was probably constructed for Mrs Ane Magrethe Christensen during 1901 and is an excellent example of an early-twentieth century square-plan villa. Ane emigrated
  This small cottage was removed from its site on Brown Street in the early 1990s after a debate as to whether it should be purchased and restored by the New
This building was built originally to house three functions; library, museum and memorial hall. It was opened on 14 July,1960 by His Excellency the Viscount Cobham, Governor General of New