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A late Nineteenth Century cottage on Pendarves Street
This narrow two-storied villa is the only building on its type in New Plymouth, and would perhaps be more at home in inner-city Wellington.
This villa was probably constructed in the late 1890s or early 1900s - although it may originally have been a pre-1880 cottage.
Airlie house is one of New Plymouth's best known historic homes, although most people are unaware that behind the elegant front 'addition' designed by Frank Messenger in 1905, is the
                                                             Image courtesy of Robyn Oliver, c1988.  This small cottage on Young Street is located on part of Town section 168. It is likely to have been built about 1900.