Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Madame Gloria Poupard-Walbridge of Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Madame Gloria Poupard-Walbridge of Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Madame Gloria Poupard-Walbridge of Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Madame Gloria Poupard-Walbridge of Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Cotter House in Remuera for story about opening up the home to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 03 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Dean Purcell.
Murray Noble sits amongst the mature botanic gardens of The Pines in Epsom. The gardens will be opening to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 5 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Jason Oxenham.
Murray Noble sits amongst the mature botanic gardens of The Pines in Epsom. The gardens will be opening to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 5 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Jason Oxenham.
Murray Noble walks about the mature botanic gardens of The Pines in Epsom. The gardens will be opening to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 5 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Jason Oxenham.
Murray Noble walks about the mature botanic gardens of The Pines in Epsom. The gardens will be opening to the public as part of a Starship fundraiser. 5 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Jason Oxenham.
179 Victoria Avenue, Remuera is the home of Dame Rosie Horton. Rosie is a dedicated philanthropist who has raised millions for charties, including Starship. Her garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
179 Victoria Avenue, Remuera is the home of Dame Rosie Horton. Rosie is a dedicated philanthropist who has raised millions for charties, including Starship. Her garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
179 Victoria Avenue, Remuera is the home of Dame Rosie Horton. Rosie is a dedicated philanthropist who has raised millions for charties, including Starship. Her garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
179 Victoria Avenue, Remuera is the home of Dame Rosie Horton. Rosie is a dedicated philanthropist who has raised millions for charties, including Starship. Her garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker
3 Rockwood Place, Epsom is the home of Leila MacDoald. Leila is touted as Auckland's foremost real estate agent and lives in the 1865 built home that was once used as a fortress Headquarters in 1942 for the planning and local defence during WW2. Her home and garden will be open as part of the Starship Garden Tour fund raiser. 06 November 2014 New Zealand Herald Photograph By Greg Bowker