One of Bolwarra’s “marquee” properties has attracted interest from as far as Miami in the United States ahead of its action on site on Saturday.
James Rodrick, of Starr Partners, is marketing Anderton Cottage at 20 Paterson Road.
The home, which was built in the late 1800s and has been extensively renovated by its owners, is positioned on around 1700 square metres of land.
It features four bedrooms, original features, guest quarters and open plan living which extends to covered entertaining. It overlooks a heated inground pool and spa surrounded by a frameless glass fence and grey sandstone pavers.
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“It’s in quite a niche little area in Bolwarra, which in itself is always well regarded,” Mr Rodrick said.
“It would be be one of the marquee properties of the area. There are certainly larger and more historical homes but I think the refinement of it makes it a stand-out property.”
There are Ironbark timber floors and Carrara marble in the kitchen and bathrooms, which also have underfloor heating.
“We’ve had phenomenal interest; it’s exceeded expectations,” Mr Rodrick said.
“Through the first three open homes we had around 100 groups and it’s a been a real mix.”
The auction is set for midday on site and the home has a price guide of $1.1 million to $1.2 million. There is an inspection scheduled for 11.30am.
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An apartment block overlooking Empire Park in Bar Beach has hit the market for the first time since it was built in 1935 with a guide of $3.2 million to $3.5 million.
First National Newcastle City’s George Rafty said there had been “good interest from all over the country” within the first week of marketing the property on the corner of Bar Beach Avenue and Brooks Street.
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It comprises four two-bedroom units and has an R3 zoning, which means another level could be added to the two-storey building, subject to council approval.
It has an inspection at 10am Saturday and auction on September 22.
A developer has paid $2 million for side-by-side properties in Adamstown.
The site at 106-108 Brunker Road had two three-bedroom homes on around 1000 square metres of land and was sold with Development Application approval to build 20 apartments and two ground-floor commercial suites.
It was jointly marketed by Castle Property and Street Property Group. Castle Property’s Adriano Rossi said it was “a fantastic result” and showed “there is a lot of confidence in the Newcastle market”.
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The Junction, Tighes Hill and Charlestown were where other million-dollar sales were recorded in the past week.
A renovated and extended 1930s home at 14 Kemp Street in The Junction was bought for $1.671 million.
A five-bedroom residence in Charlestown’s tightly held Green Valley Road which was set on 1416 square metres of land sold for $1.175 million.
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A brick warehouse which had been converted into a two-level studio apartment and a warehouse-style apartment on a corner block at 13 Bryant Street in Tighes Hill was secured for $1.1 million.
Dalton Partners is marketing a three-bedroom home at 1 Marianne Street in Cardiff with a guide of $449,500. It has its first inspection at 12.30pm on Saturday.
A three-bedroom home with a pool at 4 Berrico Avenue, Maryland is being marketed by McGrath Estate Agents for $490,000 to $530,000.
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