Fitzroy of Merivale (Family Owned)
At a glance
- Vanessa Pirie - 027 5155576
- Pirie Family - 0275550241
McDougall Avenue is named after Robert Euing McDougall who became Managing Director of the well known Christchurch company Aulsebrooks. He is perhaps better known as the benefactor of the old Christchurch art gallery which bears his name. Mr McDougall’s home, “Fitzroy” was built in 1898, with an additional residence designed by Cecil Wood later added to the property. This second home has been expanded and transformed into “Fitzroy of Merivale”. The architecture of Cecil Wood has been retained and the interior décor reflects the beauty and elegance of an earlier age.
If you are looking for an apartment right now with someone who takes care of your loved one but they also keep their independence. We have a one bedroom with an ensuite. It has amazing views that overlook the front lawn. Only $150,000.00
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