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Nestled against a remnant of lowland forest, this historic board and batten cottage was witness to an important Nineteenth Century protest - The ploughing of William Jury's farm on 22nd
2018 View: By Hamish Crimp This house was constructed about 1875 for prominent Waitara resident John Elliot and his family, and is one of the oldest surviving buildings in Waitara. 
This attractive cottage was likely constructed in the 1870s by/for Richard Thomas Hicks. It has been said that Richard hastily emigrated to New Zealand about 1870 after an argument with
This attractive square plan transitional style villa was constructed for A. B. Waldie in 1913-14 - the architect and builder is currently unknown. In November 1913, the Taranaki County Council
Image courtesy Open2View This reinforced concrete hall was constructed in 1913 for the Sir Donald McLean Lodge. The Lodge called for tenders for the building in late May and early