Est. 1932. Built in the Art Deco style for motor engineer Harry Joseph Teasey. Beneath the stepped parapet a smooth plastered façade has a higher central portion with a rectangular window. The cantilevered street verandah hangs from six wrought iron ties and has diamond patterned pressed metal cladding to the underside. At street level remain the columns that framed the large entrance to the garage where petrol pumps used to sit.
Map No. 59.
Ngā Tapuwae ki Te Papa |
Footprints on Te Papa.
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