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This cottage is thought to have been constructed sometime in the 1860s-1870s period, possibly for William Hancock, owner of the well known store the 'Red Boot Warehouse'
This building at 79-87 Devon Street East is described in the 1995 N.P.D.C.Heritage Study as "an interesting piece of classical design, significant principally for its appropiate scale and streetscape value."
A circa late Nineteenth Century cottage probably constructed for William Hancock
This two storied building was probably constructed in late 1882 for William Hancock, and designed by prominent New Plymouth architect James Sanderson - it is likely this is one of
  This attractive two-storied building was constructed for New Plymouth Chemist William Fraser in 1911 - the architects were well known New Plymouth partnership Sanderson and Griffiths. On 13 June