- One of the Wairarapa’s landmark properties is on the market. If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a boutique B&B, a wedding or event destination, or a palatial country estate, now’s your chance to submit a tender.
Carrington House, built in 1874, was once the home of the Reverend William Booth, a saw-miller, farmer, minister and one of Carterton’s most prominent citizens. After over a century of family ownership, the property was purchased in 1988 by John and Shirley Cameron, who have extensively restored the house and garden.
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