When you see the breathtaking views on offer from one of Merewether’s most recognisable residences it is easy to see why the owners have had no need for curtains.
Robinson Property’s Mike Flook has listed 1 Ridge Street for sale through an expressions of interest campaign and it is expected to garner plenty of attention.
“We were already in Merewether and would walk past every day,” the owners of the past nine years said.
“It was just the location basically. Nothing can build you out and every room has a view. The morning sunrise is pretty spectacular. We don’t have curtains or blinds.”
The dual-level home is set on a 693 square metre block with second access from Frederick Street.
It enjoys a U-shaped lay-out with a private and “protected” internal courtyard.
No price guide has been set for the five-bedroom home but Mr Flook sold nearby 107 Frederick Street, on 976sqm, in May for $5.05 million.
Natasha McElwaine, of McElwaine Estate Agents, is seeing increased demand for space and serenity and expects a near new four-bedroom residence set on 2100sqm in Bolwarra Heights to fetch a price “north of $950,000”.
Ms McElwaine is marketing 203 Bolwarra Park Drive through an expressions of interest campaign. The property has its first open home on October 28.
“There’s big demand from Newcastle, people commuting to work, and also from Sydney buyers,” she said. “We’re seeing so many people relocate.”
A renovated two-bedroom cottage on a 1012sqm block has had “strong interest” ahead of its first open home on October 28.
McKiernan Real Estate has listed 79 Yorston Street for a November 18 auction with a price guide of $680,000 to $740,000.
Andrew McKiernan said it offers development potential, subject to council approval, but interest had also come from buyers wanting more space.
A Broadmeadow site with plenty to offer has hit the market through LJ Hooker’s Keven Hughes.
The property at 8 Teralba Road features a converted residential warehouse with three bedrooms plus office space as well as five studio apartments, currently returning around $84,000 per annum. The property also has Development Application approval for six more studio apartments.
It is being sold through an expressions of interest campaign and is expected to reach the mid $2 million mark.
Over 120 groups turned up to the first open day of historic Tanilba House built in the 1830s and set on 10,900sqm.
It is being marketed by Century 21’s Dean Pinter through expressions of interest and he said enquiries had been from locals, Sydneysiders and wedding event companies.
A circa 1900 home in Lambton has been returned to its former glory and is being sold through Crawford Real Estate’s Margaret Jensen with a price guide of $840,000 to $890,000.
The original brick facade of the 122 Young Street residence was covered up when converted into two flats but has now been revealed again.
A two-bedroom townhouse in Bar Beach has been listed as a deceased estate and will be auctioned on November 18 with a price guide of $750,000.
It is “in a boutique block of just eight” at 15A Wrightson Avenue and is being marketed by Walkom’s Kate Rundle.