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The wide eastern bay of this building was constructed in 1922 and was designed by noted New Plymouth architect Thomas Herbert Bates. The narrower western bay was added in 1934
2019 View: By Hamish Crimp This attractive villa was originally constructed in 1904 as a Manse for the Gill Street Baptist Church. A permit was granted by the Borough Council
2019 View: By Hamish Crimp This attractive villa was constructed for New Plymouth ropemaker William Webber in 1901. The architect was likely William Francis Brooking, who advertised for tenders for
  This two-storey stucco building was built in 1921. A building permit  for a residence on town section 733 was issued to Mr Frank Amoore on 12 October 1921. The estimated
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp It seems likely the original portion of this house (probably the rear portion of the eastern gable) was constructed by builder Joe Corney during 1862-63