Simon Wall, of McGrath Newcastle City, has recorded what he believes is a record sale for a duplex in Adamstown.
He sold the home of George and Tina Walker at 55A Lockyer Street for $960,000.
The Torrens title, four-bedroom home was built in 2011 and had an award-winning alfresco area with a jacuzzi.
Size and location, backing onto bush reserve in Adamstown Heights, are expected to prove the key appeal of 18 Kempwood Close which has been listed for sale for the first time in nearly 20 years.
The multi-level home has five bedrooms, three bathrooms, an upstairs parents retreat and a swimming pool and rear timder deck.
Ray White’s Teresa Heighington has an open scheduled for 10am Saturday and a price guide is yet to be disclosed.
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The pricing list has been released for development Park Bella Vista at Mayfield.
It will comprise 12 freestanding strata-title homes, each overlooking the grounds and gardens of iconic Bella Vista.
Darren Penn, of Ray White, is marketing the homes from $990,000 to $1.2 million.
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There have been over 150 inspections of an absolute waterfront development with its own private jetty at Toronto ahead of its launch today.
Development Application has been approved for The Foreshore Lake Macquarie, a 37-apartment complex at 1 Wharf Road.
It will comprise a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments over four levels and is being jointly marketed by Raine & Horne’s Jason Maxwell and Paul Avery, of Avery Property Professionals.
“Interest has been nice and solid,” Mr Maxwell said.
“The feedback has been really positive and we’ve had a lot of comments on the quality and the size of the apartments. Most people see this as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy in a waterfront location on the lake.”
Prices start from $450,000 and will range up to over $1.6 million. Registrations of interest are still open for the launch Saturday at 4pm.
A Nelson Bay couple bought a house donated to the Children’s Cancer Institute in Medowie’s Bower Estate for $650,000 at auction last Sunday.
The Build for a Cure home was donated by McDonald Jones Homes and built by volunteer tradespeople in 21 days on land donated by McCloy Group.
The proceeds from the auction will go towards research into a finding a cure for childhood cancer.
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Dalton Partners are selling a two-bedroom cottage at 17 Mawson Street in Shortland for $370,000.
Dotcom Property are marketing an updated three-bedroom cottage at 7 Alfred Street, Waratah with a guide of $495,000 to $540,000.
Abode Property are selling a three-bedroom home on 600 square metres of land at 20 Platt Street, Wallsend with a guide of $500,000 to $550,000.
In East Maitland, River Realty are selling a modern three-bedroom home at 76 Banks Street with a guide of $460,000 to $475,000.
In Merewether, First National Newcastle City have a two-bedroom unit at 54 Railway Street listed for $470,000 to $510,000.
A renovated one-bedroom unit at 62 Selwyn Street in the same beachside suburb is on the market for $350,000 to $375,000 with LJ Hooker Hamilton.
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