Appleby, New Zealand facts for kids
Appleby is a settlement in the Tasman district in the South Island of New Zealand. It is located around the Waimea River near the Tasman Bay. It was first settled in the early 1840s. State Highway 60 passes through the settlement.
There are three buildings in Appleby registered with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust:
- Springfield, a house on the corner of State Highway 60 and Cotterill Road, is registered as Category II with registration number 1646.
- St Alban's Church on State Highway 60 is registered as Category II with registration number 1654.
- Stafford Place at 61 Redwood Road is registered as Category I with registration number 1678.
In addition, the Redwood Racing Stables, which belonged to Stafford Place, were located on State Highway 60, and were relocated to Richmond, are registered as Category I with registration number 246.
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