• 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.



Supplied. Carrington House and its gardens are listed with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust and the New Zealand Garden Trust.

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