Written on back with black ballpoint pen: “14 Manchester St.”
Written on back with blue ballpoint pen: Built 1906 by De Frene for Mary Woodham [possibly Wooding], Midwife.”
and “Photo by Chris Cockcane, 1981.”
14 Manchester Street, Levin. 1 B&W photo print.
Weatherboard villa with iron roof with gables and a wooden verandah on northern and western sides. The sash windows have a central pain of clear glass with four panels of coloured glass in the upper frame. The verandah roof is supported by wooden poles and there is considerable patterned woodwork on the exterior of this house.
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According to a Kete contributor:
This house was built for Mary Wooding and was later owned by Harwood ,Geange and Richardsbefore being sold to Campbell in the 1950s and converted to flats.It was returned to a single dwelling in the 1990s.