Buxey Lodge (2nd Generation) - Conduit Road [1907-1959]
The original name of this home was"New Lands". In 1909 it was bought at auction by Sir. H. Mody, however he died there just two years later at the age of 73.
His widow, (his second wife), left it to the Zoroastrian Anjuman.
During the Japanese occupation, the Japanese Commader in Chief took over the house for his own residence.
Zoroastrians Diaspora: Religion and Migration - By John R. Hinnells
It appears that since the finances after the war were in dire straits, the Anjuman sold the building to the Govenment.
"Buxey Lodge in Conduit Road. The building on this site is used as
a hostel for unattached Government officers and has been held under requisition since it was vacated by the Navy."
Then, in about 1960, the Govenment tore it down and replaced it with 60 flats.