Built in 1854 Warwick House is one of the finest and largest examples of early Victorian Gothic revival architecture in New Zealand, and believed to be the oldest substantial private residence in the South Island.
Magnificently restored, this grand stately home in the heart of Nelson city has been converted into a hugely successful boutique accommodation business. The 810 sq m homestead comprises of thirty four individual rooms presenting a myriad of options; currently configured as twelve bedrooms, five lounges and eight bathrooms.
Situated in the heart of Nelson city this property is just a short walk to the centre of town, craft and produce markets, art and music festivals.
Surrounded by walking and biking tracks it is also within easy driving distance to some of the countries best National Parks; and the many beach, snow, water and recreational activities this region is famous for.
Enjoy as a majestic family estate, successful boutique accommodation business, or both.
New Zealand is a nation that welcomes overseas nationals to live, work and invest. Many expatriates, particularly those from Australia, U.S., Europe and increasingly China and Korea, are drawn to the largest city, Auckland, which has the country’s priciest housing stock. Read more about luxury homes in New Zealand