New Zealand’s capital city abounds with culture and the arts and so is a popular tourist destination and one of the biggest cities in the North Island. It is also host to the Wellington Rugby Team, the Hurricanes, and is said to have more bars and restaurants per capita than New York. Due to the regions beautiful scenery, the famous Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies were all filmed in locations in and around Wellington and this is also where Peter Jackson’s successful Weta Workshop is. Tourists and locals can take a historic trip on the Cable Car around the Botanic Gardens and down to Parliament House and the Beehive, with a visit to Te Papa Museum also a must.
51 Fairview Crescent,
This three bedroom Edwardian villa espouses the true romantic aspirations of its era - with a twist. Elevated on its sunny site with bush...
A gravel driveway leads to an elegant residence in Carterton. It is in the township yet away from the town centre, mature but with the...
78 Longwood Road,
One of New Zealand's largest, most architecturally accomplished and historically significant country houses is now available for purchase....
25/305 Evans Bay Parade,
Where else in Wellington city could you buy a spacious coastal townhouse with four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two carparks, at this...