A historic residence in exclusive The Terrace on The Hill was secured by a local buyer within three weeks of hitting the market this year and now another is expected to attract similar interest.
Walkom Real Estate marketed 30 The Terrace for $4 million and sold it for an undisclosed sum.
Agent Graeme Brownlow has now listed No.26 with a guide of $4.3 million.
The property hit the market this week and has already been inspected by prospective local and Sydney buyers.
The two-storey Victorian Italianate residence was built in 1869 and retains the grandeur of its era.
“It’s a bit special,” Mr Brownlow said. “It’s the size and grandeur and it has spectacular views.
“There is also has a generous, north-facing backyard which is private and everyone who has come through has said the photos don’t do it justice.
“The owners bought it in 2004 and have updated it and brought it back to its former glory.”
There are five bedrooms, three bathrooms, pressed metal ceilings, arch windows, a modern gas kitchen and views across King Edward Park and the ocean.
Inspections on Saturday are by appointment.
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Versatile in Blacksmiths
A tri-level home with two self-contained ground floor flats and its own elevator presents a unique opportunity, according to Viking Realty’s Louise Vico.
Ms Vico is marketing 103 Ungala Road at Blacksmiths. The home is positioned opposite reserve and has ocean views.
“The owners have created a home where family can come to stay and remain separate,” Ms Vico said.
“Blacksmiths is a very popular area once summer hits and people are desperate for accommodation. It’s been lucrative to rent out the flats downstairs. Both have kitchenettes, a bathroom, bedroom, living area and are fully self-contained.”
In all the residence has six bedrooms and five bathrooms.
It is being marketed with a guide of $2.2 million to $2.4 million and is open for inspection at 2.45pm on Saturday.
Rankin Park quick sale
A four-bedroom home in Rankin Park lasted just four days on the market before it was bought for $635,000.
Maria Crawford, of Robert Crawford Real Estate, marketed 280 McCaffrey Drive with a guide of $570,000 to $620,000.
There were 35 inspections and seven offers before it was secured.
Penthouse in Essington sold
A penthouse apartment in tightly held Essington overlooking Pacific Park in Newcastle East has been bought for an undisclosed sum.
The three-bedroom residence with ocean views was marketed by Robinson Property’s Ben Robinson with a price guide of $1.4 million to $1.5 million.
It was on the market for the first time since 2007.
Elermore Vale new development
Earthworks will get underway this month for a boutique 28-townhouse development in Elermore Vale.
The nine two-bedroom and 19 three-bedroom townhouses will be located at 158a Croudace Road.
The project was first mooted by a Sydney developer but local builder and developer Hunter Coast Homes took it over.
It is being sold through PRDnationwide Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. Prices start from $470,000 to $555,000.
On the market for under $500K
Belle Property Newcastle City are marketing a one-bedroom apartment on the fifth floor of Watt Street’s Arvia in Newcastle with a guide of $310,000 to $340,000. It has city and harbour views.
Dowling Wallsend are marketing a two-bedroom home in High Street, Wallsend for $400,000 to $440,000.
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