Mapledurham is a restored colonial villa set in half an acre of peaceful tree-lined gardens.
There are 3 guest bedrooms. 'Maple' and 'Totara' have queensize beds and ensuite bathrooms, whilst 'Fern' is a twin room with its queensize and single bed and private bathroom with large bath-tub.
The house was completed in 1910 for George Kidd, a gentleman of leisure who subsequently became Mayor of Richmond District. Total restoration by the fourth owners took a number of years and was completed in 1990. Entirely constructed of heart Rimu the spacious house boasts high panelled ceilings, ornate carved mantels and hall archway, polished floors, high skirtings and solid timber doors.
The lounge has comfortable furniture and features an interesting collection of both local and international artworks.
8 Edward Street, Richmond, Nelson
Tel: +64 3 544 4210 Fax: +64 3 544 4210
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