Oakleys Nelson was proud to contribute to the transformation of one of Nelson’s oldest buildings into upmarket tourist accommodation. Built in 1860 as the Hardy Street Girl’s School, the building is an iconic, historical feature of the city.

Originally designed by Maxwell Bury, the building was a school house until 1897 and has had several other uses since including offices for the Education Board and then the Public Works Department, a Nelson Polytechnic teaching space and private ownership.

Its current owners are local couple Jason and Jennifer Monopoli who bought the building with the intention to restore it back to its former glory and repurpose it for tourist accommodation.

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