A dream house many times over, writes Catherine Masters.
All boxes ticked for rural lifestyle subdivision, writes Leigh Bramwell.
Fantastic views and a comfortable interior, writes Donna McIntyre.
Owners embraced original charms for a renovation entirely suited to their own taste.
A pleated roof seemingly folded out of concrete adds drama to this home.
Taking a short cut from the shops leads to family buying this beachside home.
The builders of this replica villa made sure sustainability was key.
Which of these methods is best? I guess that comes down to personal preference.
Vibe is 'suburban executive home' out front but that all changes out the back.
This house in the country has it all, from the factory to the pool.
Family heads back to suburbia for lifestyle, writes Donna McIntyre.
Villa on a friendly little street has a generous spirit, writes Sandra Goodwin.
Catherine Masters finds best kept secret at "Jonah end of the street".
First impressions can be misleading when it comes to this villa, writes Sandra Goodwin.
Heritage charm and international style lifts this summit villa to new heights.
The perfect spot for a stunning home, writes Donna Fleming.
This is a house that grows on you, writes Sandra Goodwin.
Luxury home comes with a bonus two-bedroom apartment.
How about the impossible dream? A house price that goes down, not up.
Lifestyle block provides a fantastic childhood paradise.
Privacy, versatility and green outlook are all within minutes of Parnell Village.
For new young buyers a new paradigm is now in play.
What are your options if you're trying to buy your first home?
Design industry couple have up-sized and up-speced this Freemans Bay property.
Why go through the drama of renovation when someone else has done the hard work.
Leased by 12 retailers paying over $4.1 million in total annual rent.
Parnell apartment has relaxed vibe with a rock 'n' roll view.
Mission Bay apartment defines City of Sails luxury.
House amplifies the best the sky can offer, writes Sandra Goodwin.
This German-influenced build was never going to be a typical, timber-framed house.
Love at first sight for the owners of this warm and private home, writes Robyn Welsh.
Phil Twyford announced almost $200 million worth of funding to help homelessness in NZ.
Some claim the ban has helped cool Auckland's housing market.