One of Wickham’s newest boutique developments has come to market, with six of 23 apartments and townhouses selling off the plan in the first week.
Robinson Property is managing sales for The Edge, located at 25 Throsby Street, Wickham.
Developer Reg Flannery, of Newcastle-based RPF Group, is undertaking the project following the success of his Life at Throsby apartments across the road, where Throsby Street Providore is also located.
“A lot of people missed out on that a couple of years ago,” agent Ben Robinson, of Robinson Property, said.
Buyers to date of The Edge residences were a mix of downsizers and first home buyers from the Hunter Region, Mr Robinson said.
The one- and two-bedroom apartments and townhouses are priced from $449,950 to $554,950.
Mr Robinson said the development, set across three levels, would have an industrial warehouse feel.
Construction was due to commence soon, with completion expected in October 2017, he said.
SPRING SALE SPREE
Dalton Partners’ spring listing campaign is ramping up, with keen interest surrounding two properties up for auction on Saturday, September 24.
It follows three stellar auction results on August 20 at Merewether, Hamilton East and Hamilton, with all three properties selling, including 193 Denison Street, Hamilton, for a reported suburb record of $1.79 million.
The first auction next Saturday, on site at 3 Barr St, Merewether, offers a two-bedroom weatherboard home on a 690-square-metre block with a 15-metre frontage and development potential.
The price guide is $1.1 million.
The second auction of a large original cavity brick four-bedroom home on a 555-square-metre block at 338 Darby Street, Bar Beach, is at 2.30pm on site, with a price guide of $1.25 million.
Listing agent and auctioneer Anthony Merlo said both properties had been extremely well received and would definitely sell on auction day.