Cameron Park has experienced steady growth over the past decade and Belle Property Charlestown's Sam Taylor believes a grand-scale residence he is selling there could set a new suburb record for a non-acreage home.
He marketing a spacious two-storey house on a block 1329 square metres in size at 100 Northlakes Drive.The home has multiple living areas, a luxurious master suite, study, in-ground pool, level yard and a double garage with an additional freestanding double garage. It has a bush outlook and easy access to a walking track.
"A house like this is not only on a rare 1300 square metre block for the area with a bushland outlook, it also has all of the appeal that people generally look for in a Cameron Park home," Mr Taylor said.
"It's got everything - a generous backyard, an amazing pool, great house and you've got access to over 5.5 kilometres of Cameron Park walking tracks at your fingertips.
"Cameron Park has seen massive growth because it's a place where people can come with a budget in mind and get a house without compromise."
Belle Property's $933,000 off-market sale of a four-bedroom residence in Macon Way in December last year is Cameron Park's highest sale for a non-acreage home. A home on 12 acres of land in Beluga Drive was sold for $1.15 million in 2018.
A price guide has not yet been disclosed for the latest listing, which is open at 12.30pm on Saturday, but Mr Taylor said, "given it's level of accommodation and what it has to offer, we would expect this to go beyond that [$933,000]."
According to Australian Property Monitors data, the median sale price for a home in Cameron Park has rose steadily from $503, 250 in 2016 to $610,000 last year. The median is $640,000 for the first 68 sales of 2020.
Mr Taylor felt a $1 million sale was "not far away" for the suburb of western Lake Macquarie.
"The calibre of homes coming to the market in Cameron Park is improving and that's evident in our median sale price," Mr Taylor said.