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Multiple high-value Sydney residences from the chic harbourside pads to grand period homes surrounded contribute to the luxury property highlights for February 10.
Hunters Hill is a short ferry ride from central Sydney where tree-lined streets, verdant parks and gorgeous sandstone residences define the waterside suburb. A lack of high rises and apartments and multiple cafes to choose from contribute to its warm community feel.
In 2021, Hunters Hill saw significant median house price growth of 26.3 per cent in the area which slowed in 2022, but still managed to reach 5.5 per cent, pushing the median house price to A$4,150,000.
This generous parcel of land features direct waterfront orientation and there is the opportunity to purchase the adjacent block. Combining the two would make a total land size of over 1,600 square metres of waterfront real estate in an enviable location.
This property has a price guide of A$9 million.
25B Wybalena Road, Hunters Hill, NSW, 2110
Harbourside Darling Point is a prime example of a blue-chip Sydney area with an affluent population. The suburb lies within walking distance of central Sydney and benefits from parks, gardens, chic restaurants and gourmet eateries.
The median house price stumbled in 2021, falling 20.3 per cent, but 2022 saw somewhat of a smooth correction and then some, as prices skyrocketed 80 per cent to sit at A$10,350,000.
This residence is a circa 1850s sandstone cottage, owned by the same family for 123 years. ‘The Trossachs’ features separate nanny or butler accommodation, a sauna, gas heating and two pools. It will be auctioned on Saturday, March 11 at 11am.
3-17 Darling Point Road, Darling Point, NSW 2027
The ideal suburb to raise a family, Pymble offers quiet streets and an abundance of greenery in the form of trees, parks, and gardens. A short drive will take you to the iconic Northern Beaches or the shopping options of Chatswood.
Pymble is another Sydney suburb that has experienced growth in 2021 and 2022. Increases of 14.8 per cent and 28.6 in those years helped the median house price to its current value of A$3,560,000.
This enormous two-level, five-bedroom, circa 1912 Federation-style residence features a tennis court and swimming pool on a landholding over 1,700 square metres in size. It will be auctioned on Thursday, March 9 at 6pm.
30 Hope Street, Pymble, NSW 2073
Very well-established Wahroonga is close to Sydney Central and has its very own train station adjacent to a gorgeous public green space. Residents love the suburb’s neighbourly feel and proximal high-quality shopping options.
The past performance of Wahroonga in terms of median house price has been impressive; the suburb recorded five consecutive years of double-digit growth from 2013 to 2017. Currently, the median house price sits at A$2,700,000.
‘Bolton Grange’ is a stunning example of Georgian Revival architecture sitting on sprawling gardens covering a total area of almost 5,000 square metres.
21 Lucinda Avenue, Wahroonga, NSW 2076
Albert Park’s historic waterfront is one of Melbourne’s best-kept secrets. Art Deco architecture sits a stone’s throw from the sands of the Port Phillip Bat shoreline and the area is quaint and sophisticated with an abundance of historic homes.
The median house price in Albert Park rose by 12.6 in 2022 per cent and has previously grown by as much as 16.6 per cent in 2017. The current median house price sits at A$2,520,000.
Authentic period elements and an enviable location overlooking the gorgeously green St Vincent Gardens make ‘Hambleton House’ a prime candidate for restoration. The property has a price guide of A$9.75 – A$10.5 million.
44 St Vincent Place North, Albert Park VIC 3206
Admired by Melburnians for being comfortable and friendly, Beaumaris represents the very best of Melbourne’s bayside suburbs and is a five-minute drive to one of the state’s most highly regarded retail shopping centres.
Median house prices in the area have risen by 7.1 per cent, 16.6 per cent and 11.1 per cent in the last three years to sit at A$2,125,000 currently.
This contemporary architectural masterpiece has previously won HIA Australian Home of the Year and features a striking design. Three entertaining zones, a heated pool, a lift and a six-car basement garage feature in this desirable home.
The Beaumaris property has a price guide of A$6 – A$6.6 million.
14 Coronet Grove, Beaumaris VIC 3193
The leafy streets of Dalkeith are serene and beautiful. Well-maintained parks and gardens line the banks of the Swan River and the area enjoys some of the best weather in Australia.
The median house price shot up in 2021 by an impressive 27.3 per cent then increased again in 2022 by 10.9 per cent to currently sit at A$3,300,000.
This residence was built in 2009 and won the 2010 Master Builder Association Excellence Award. It features a riverbed-inspired zen garden at the front and side of the property, leading to citrus, mango, fig and olive trees in the backyard.
Offers are invited with an estimate of A$4.5 million.
20 Leon Road, Dalkeith, WA 6009
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