Suffragist Kate Sheppard's old house in Christchurch goes up for auction next month - so Seven Sharp host Hilary Barry took a tour.
Ms Sheppard was instrumental in gaining New Zealand women the right to vote in 1893. She carried out important work for the suffrage movement in the house during the late 19th Century.
Today saw celebrations around the country marking 125 years since women gained the right to vote in New Zealand.
Jacinda Ardern has indicated the Government is interested in buying the house for the nation. It's expected to fetch in excess of $3 million when it goes under the hammer on October 17.
Hilary Barry met with the home's current owner Julia Burbury who showed her around the dwelling set on one acre of gardens.
The house has a category one heritage listing.