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This attractive villa residence was likely constructed during the mid-1900s for Carl Sorensen. Carl purchased the property on which the villa is located (Part Section D of Hua & Waiwhakaiho
Vampire Place in Bell Block was named in May 2010, at the same time as two other cul-de-sacs adjoining De Havilland Drive. Bypass Developments Limited, who carried out the subdivision,
   The Patea Post Office (cnr Egmont and Stafford Streets) was officially opened on the afternoon of 11 October 1923 by the Hon.J.C.Coates, the Postmaster General and Minister of Public Works and
                                                     (Image courtesy of the Patea Heritage Inventory 2000) This large two-storey house in Patea (12 Lincoln Street) was built in 1880/81 for Captain Charles Allen Wray. He had
Rennell Street in Frankleigh Park was named after an accountant hailed as one of New Plymouth’s “most useful citizens”. Clarence Rennell was born in England in 1832. His mother Sarah