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2017 View: By Hamish Crimp 94 Pendraves Street was one of five homes constructed by Thomas and Grace Hirst for each their adult children - Annis Hamerton, Jane Marshall, James
A single storey timber building been built in the 1870s. A newspaper report in 1951 suggests the house was originally located in Devon Street before being moved to this Powderham Street location.
149 Vivian Street is one of New Plymouth's largest surviving homes originally clad in vertical board and batten, and was constructed sometime in the late-1850s or early-1860s
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp A permit was granted to Keith Ward on 16 October 1934 for the construction of a residence on Town Section 1252 Shortland Street - the
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp A permit was granted to Jones & Sandford on 13 July 1933 for the construction of a residence on Town Section 1691, Gilbert Street and