Enquiry for a large home on a big block in Bulls Garden Road was been strong ahead of its first open house on Saturday.
McKiernan Real Estate is marketing a four-bedroom residence built in 2010 and positioned on a block 3365 square metres in size at 56 Bulls Garden Road with a price guide of $1.05 million to $1.15 million.
“It is really private and feels like you are out in the bush but you can still walk to the shops,” Mr McKiernan said.
“I think it’s going to be well sought-after because there’s demand for properties like this and it should sell somewhere in the guide.”
A tri-level, three-bedroom terrace in Newcastle East originally built for boatmen involved in shipwreck rescues during Port Hunter's early days has hit the market for $1.5 million.
The Federation Queen Anne-style terrace at 64 Nobbys Road is positioned opposite Fort Scratchley and had its first inspection on Saturday.
Kate Rundle, of Walkom Real Estate, is marketing the property, which she said would be “very sought after”.
“They don’t come on the market very often in there,” Ms Rundle said.
Agents are reporting a softening of the market in Newcastle but quality homes in sought-after locations priced between $600,000 to $800,000 are still moving fast, according to George Rafty of First National Newcastle City.
He sold 8 Lucas Crescent for $780,000 and 6 Stayton Street for $775,000 in Adamstown Heights within one week of hitting the market.
Global Realty Partners are marketing a three-bedroom home at 13 Chadwick Street, Hillsborough with a guide of $450,000 to $480,000.
First National Newcastle City have listed a three-bedroom house for $400,000 to $440,000 in Sandgate Road, Birmingham Gardens.
Robinson Property are selling a one-bedroom apartment in the Chifley complex on Honeysuckle Drive in Newcastle for $430,000 to $460,000.
The complex has an outdoor pool, gymnasium and cafe.
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