A “stunning” residence in a tightly held pocket of Eleebana has its first inspection on Saturday.
Tammy Hawkins, of McGrath Newcastle City, is marketing a palatial five-bedroom, three-bathroom home and is set on 2.69 acres at 23 Casson Avenue.
It is on the market for the first time since being built in the 1990s.
The house itself is 450 square metres in size. There are vaulted ceilings, brushbox flooring and timber features throughout, mezzanine levels and a view from every room.
It comprises three interconnected sections. At one end is guest accommodation and a double lock-up garage.
The home’s middle section comprises an art room, study piano room, formal and informal living, dining room and kitchen.
The other wing has a pool room, master suite which has access to the inground swimming pool, and three more bedrooms. Two of those have their own loft areas. There is also a spacious rumpus upstairs.
It is open for inspection at 12.30pm and a price guide is yet to be set.
“It is unique, so we will get some feedback from the market first,” Ms Hawkins said.
“Casson Avenue is a really exclusive little pocket. You wouldn’t really know it was there unless you were going there for a particular reason.
“It’s just off Burton Road with a lot of nice acreages surrounding it. It’s just a really exclusive little area with lots of really special homes.”
From one rare offering to another, Global Realty Partners’ Tony Tolazzi is marketing a renovated home at 36 Barton Street in Mayfield with a difference.
The four-bedroom Californian Bungalow retains its original character throughout but has had Balinese-inspired front and rear alfresco areas added. One has a wet bar and built-in barbecue.
Mr Tolazzi said he hasn’t seen a house like it and interest has been “quite varied”.
“It’s very refreshing to what you’d normally see in the market and quite unique in its own right,” he said.
It is set for auction on December 8 with a guide of $800,000 to $850,000 and open for inspection at 12.30pm today.
A house positioned on two titles of land in a premier beachside location that could garner the biggest sale for Merewether this year goes under the hammer on Saturday.
Robinson Property’s Mike Flook will take 4 Janet Street to auction on site at 10.30am with a guide of $4 million.
The home is located within close proximity to Merewether Ocean Baths and beach and has been in the same family since 1969. The property is 1406 square metres in size.
“Interest has been quite strong with well over 90 enquiries,” Mr Flook said.
He said it had ranged from people wanting to build one or two luxury homes to developers looking to put several townhouses on the land.
The highest sale for Merewether this year has been $4 million.
Interest was strong for a transformed property at 3 Roberts Street in Whitebridge before it sold for $1.056 million to the first buyer to walk through its door.
It was the first million-dollar sale for the quiet street with a bushland outlook.
The property comprised a four-bedroom home with separate self-contained studio and was marketed by McKiernan Real Estate.
Dalton Partners’ John Kerr is marketing an original three-bedroom home on 587 square metres of land with a wide frontage at 15 Webb Street in Wallsend for $439,000.
It has had the same owner for the past 25 years and is open for inspection at midday on Saturday.
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