The Wedge

The Wedge today sits in what is known as the SALT District and is located in the mixed use zone – currently utilised as medical.

304 Stafford Street

304 Stafford Street sits in pride of place in North Stafford, adjacent to Coffee Culture and is the home of House of Travel which was founded in Timaru. It has been extensively refurbished and is [...]

Stafford Chambers

Stafford Chambers proudly sits in a row of heritage buildings, with two ground floor tenants and three individual offices on level one. Most of it’s original heritage fabric has been kept [...]

Old Henry Africa’s

Henry Africa’s restaurant was established in this building in 1973, alongside the wine bar Sweet Jane’s. Each venue had an extensive outdoor courtyard and deck area. Both venues [...]

242 High Street

242 High Street has had many businesses call home over the decades. Once the headquarters of the original Canterbury Savings bank which was acquired by Westpac  and Echo records enjoyed success [...]

208 – 210 Cashel Street

Built circa 1900, it had under gone significant upgrades and was the long time headquarters of MB Cook commercial agents. The building could be mistaken for number 10 Downing Street and was a [...]

Westende House

Year of Construction: 1905 Westende House was built on the south-west corner of John Bealey’s 1852 four-acre garden. The design complimented the neighbouring Hall of Agriculture & [...]

Hillary & Baxter House

Year of Construction: 1916 Hillary & Baxter House was designed by architect John Guthrey. The firm closed its doors in 2008 and the building then underwent a full restoration. Sadly on 4 [...]

England Bros House

Year of Construction: 1906 This substantial building was designed and constructed by England Bros in 1906. The company also supplied the materials for the job from their building supplies [...]

Duncan’s Buildings – Original

Year of Construction: 1905 The Duncan’s Buildings rated as a category two historic and heritage group of buildings. KPI Rothschild owned two of the group, which had been fully restored, including [...]

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