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Property Ref: 4635
Boutique Hotel Business, Land & Buildings for Sale
Property Type: Luxury Homes, Lodges
Sale Type: Freehold Going Concern
Region: Nelson, South Island
Physical Address: 64 Brougham Street, Nelson South, Nelson, 7010
Price: FREEHOLD GOING CONCERN, asking $2,350,000 +GST if any
Broker: Adrian ChisholmMobile: +64 21 727 888
Don’t miss this rare opportunity in Nelson!
Warwick House is a magnificently restored stately home the property offers further opportunities of development and is currently operating as a Luxury Boutique Hotel near the CBD of Nelson City.
This exceptional property is situated at the foot of the beautiful hills overlooking Nelson city to the Tasman Sea and beyond. The property includes private guest rooms, including five lounges, eight bathrooms and two extra toilets. The original wing is currently the owner’s residence and could be developed into four or five additional suites. There is an option to reinstate the resource consent to build a self-contained apartment over the garage which would be ideal for a manager.
Historic Places Trust category II registered building that was built on the original 20 acre site in 1854 for a successful merchant, Alfred Fell, it was often described as the grandest and most luxurious home in New Zealand. This solidly constructed, 810 square metre building was very strongly built throughout with great beams of kauri and 28 millimetre thick matai floors. All weatherboards, ceilings and most doors are heart kauri. Weatherboards on several sides were covered with a heavy stucco render in the 1950s, which gives it the distinctive castle appearance. The exterior is now painted rich Colonial cream, with burgundy timber joinery and the original 7000 tiled, high pitched Welsh slate roof. In recognition of the huge amount of restoration work done on Warwick House my vendors were presented with the 2009 Environmental Award, in the Heritage Site category. Over the past few years, this superb home has hosted many distinguished guests, held many charity fundraisers, hosted tours, high teas and many great musical events.
Exceptional features include the opulent ballroom with a 5.5 metre stud, the four level, 33 metre high octagonal turret, balconies, exterior staircases and ornate kauri fretwork around the large verandah and viewing decks. There are two large oriel windows, five large bay windows and a minstrel gallery, high above the main entrance hall, two single garages, an elegant Victorian-style street lamp and a history board flank the substantial, original cast iron gates and posts, which were brought out from England in the 1840s. There is a large sealed parking area, a large carport and a central flagstone Maltese cross. The original wing is the current owner’s home which has two spacious living areas, a charming dining/conservatory, kitchen, five bedrooms and two bathrooms
This is one of New Zealand’s most attractive tourism & hospitality businesses for sale and allows the next owner to take this awesome property to the next level of development.
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Nelson is a city on the eastern shores of Tasman Bay, and is the economic and cultural centre of the region of the same name. Established in 1841, it is the second-oldest settled city in New Zealand and the oldest in the South Island, and was proclaimed a city by royal charter in 1858.
Nelson city is bordered to the west and south-west by the Tasman District Council and the north-east, east and south-east by the Marlborough District Council. The city does not include Richmond, the region’s second-largest settlement. Nelson City has a population of around 46,437 ranking it as New Zealand’s 12th most populous city and the geographical centre of New Zealand. When combined with the town of Richmond which has close on 14,000 residents, Nelson is ranked as New Zealand’s 9th largest urban area by population.
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“Wonderful place to stay” Nick & Jenny make you so welcome and create a personal touch that the corporate and ubiquitous motels and hotels can never replicate. The house is one of the oldest in NZ and a finer example of a Victorian home you would struggle to find anywhere in the world. Breakfast was truly wonderful (do try the scrambled eggs) and it’s only a 10 minute walk to the city centre. Our first time here, but already looking forward to our next stay. Thank you
“Very special and very romantic place in Nelson! ” Decided to stay in Warwick for 2 nights spontaneously and fell in love with the place, so romantic and so beautifully renovated. Just a 10 min walk to town, and in a very quiet location with a really nice new. Our Victoria suite was spacious and had everything we needed. The host and staff were lovely and helpful and the house dog Vicky is old but very affectionate. Certainly the best place in the area, especially for couples.
“An extraordinary place” Set in an elevated site overlooking Nelson. Described by owner Nick as the oldest homestead in the South Island. Lovingly restored by the owners to its original glory. Really quaint and historically important with a rich history. Well worth a stay to learn about Nelson’s past.
“Special surprise treat night away” At short notice, I arranged with Nick a surprise night for my wife in the Bay View suite. The setting and help received was perfect. The house is truly unique, rich in history and tastefully restored to its former glory. I recommend Warwick House without hesitation, Jenny and Nick were the perfect hosts and ensured we had a memorable stay. Off street parking was great and the setting in the old heart of Nelson is lovely and only a short walk to the City Centre.
Source: Online Reviews.
Property TypeLuxury Homes