Heritage devotees Val and John Jessop decide to buy and reassemble two old buildings: an old ghost town cottage and an old sawmill. What could be more difficult than that?
When Mel and Jack buy a derelict old Queenslander for $21,000 and move it to their land in Noosa, it seems they've scored the bargain of the century, or at least a century-old bargain.
When a Sydney couple buy a colonial cottage in one of Australia's most protected heritage areas, they get more than they bargained for. How will they transform a home from the 19th century into a family home for the 21st?
When a former Baptist Church-cum-nightclub hits the market in Ballarat, local anaesthetist Michael Whitehead buys it and plans to turn it into a home, but he soon finds the task could drag on for eternity.
When carpenter Kate and her mother Ann buy two old prospecting huts for $100,000 in Clydesdale, in regional Victoria, they take on 180 years' worth of dilapidation.
Carl and Jennie Palmer set about trying to recreate their Federation homestead's grandeur, but finding the line between a functioning modern home and a heritage restoration is harder than they anticipate.
Milton Terrace at Millers Point in Sydney was sold off for $4.25M in 2015 as part of the NSW Government's disposal of 300 public housing buildings. For property developer Michael Stokes, it's a Mayfair terrace in the making!
Holowiliena was settled in 1853 by the Warwick family and their descendants still live on the property. With no money or heritage skills, the Warwicks want to save the original settler's buildings. Hosted by Sibella Court.
Built in 1843 of convict bricks, Keera Vale has suffered severe damage and needs love and care. Jen and Harold have fallen for 'the house on the hill', but is love enough to save this grand old dame?
Emmaville could be the lost birth place of bush poet and composer Banjo Patterson. The cottage is precariously situated and under threat from developers, the local community must act quickly to save it.
Marnie and Dale dream of converting 'Gervasoni Homestead' into a family home. But with the buildings near collapse and a modest budget, has the romance of these buildings gone to their heads?
The little shop in Harrington Street is one of the oldest timber buildings left in Hobart. Vacant and derelict, it has been the victim of two arson attacks. To avoid demolition, owners Haydn and Penny need to act.
Attempting to leave the ghosts of the Kinglake fires behind them, Jo and Marcus bought Woodcot Park. They find that they have taken on not only a restoration but also the ghost of the original Scottish owner.
Built in 1885 by a stone mason from Aberdeen, Keith Hall is no more than a pile of granite. Clay is planning to rebuild the original building, manhandling the stone blocks entirely on his own. Presented by Sibella Court.
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