Author Lynley Hood opens the doors of her modern, light-filled home to Kim Dungey.
This building was never designed to be lived in. Its conversion to a home is the result of one man’s vision and drive, as well as months of back-breaking work. Kim Dungey reports.
A certified passive house, this Dunedin home stays at a comfortable temperature year-round while needing very little energy to operate. Kim Dungey reports.
A rundown rental gets a new lease on life. Kim Dungey reports.
Dot and Neil Smith's castle boasts towers, a moat and even a dungeon.
One of Dunedin's most attractive stately homes has new owners. Kim Dungey reports.
A Dunedin house built more than 120 years ago is a treasure trove of historic items and details. Kim Dungey reports.
In January 2008, a freak car crash in the Dunedin suburb of St Kilda left one boy dead and another seriously injured. Survivor Harrison Kemp talks to Kim Dungey.
Great holidays start here, Kim Dungey reports.
An extensive renovation has made a big difference to the feel and function of this historic family home. Kim Dungey reports.
This modest new build proves that less is more. Kim Dungey reports.
An augmented cottage above Blueskin Bay stands as testament to a determined DIY ethic, writes Kim Dungey.
This stylish and practical home was the perfect fit for a young Outram family. Kim Dungey reports.
A small chalet-style house gets a modern makeover. Kim Dungey reports.
Imagine living in an area smaller than an accessible parking space. Kim Dungey talks to a couple who are enjoying the experience.
Henry Frith’s photos from 150 years ago show a very different Dunedin to today. Kim Dungey reports.
Creating this unconventional holiday home was a team effort involving family and friends. Kim Dungey reports.
A cross-shaped house on a steep section in St Clair is the answer to the homeowners’ prayers. Kim Dungey reports.
Transforming a century-old brick building into modern accommodation has been a mammoth undertaking for a couple who studied in Dunedin in the 1980s. Kim Dungey reports.
The original entrance windows either side of the front door in Dunedin’s Henton House are well-preserved examples of early leadlights made with mouthblown glass.