A renovated house in Mayfield that "ticks all of the boxes" and is being sold by Dowling Property Group's Joe Di Claudio has reportedly attracted over 180 enquiries and around 66 inspections in its first two weeks on the market.
Mr Di Claudio is marketing the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 4 Scholey Street with an auction guide of $790,000 to $850,000.
It is set on a large, level block of 703 square metres with a rear double garage and studio.
The property is set to go under the hammer on September 26 and is open for inspection on Saturday at 11am.
There were 10 registered bidders and "a flurry of last-minute interest" when one of the historic Boatmens Row terraces in Newcastle East went under the hammer last Saturday.
Suzanne Hill, of Century 21 Carkeet Johns Smith, marketed the three-bedroom, two-bathroom terrace at 54 Nobbys Road with a guide of $1.08 million to $1.188 million. It sold at auction for $1.36 million.
Experienced real estate agent Donna Spillane has opened her own boutique agency Spillane Property.
Listings over $1m
Expectations are over $1 million for two of Belle Property Lake Macquarie's lastest listings. One is a luxury, three-bedroom townhouse at 1/72 Dilkera Avenue in Valentine and the other a five-bedroom storybook house at 51 Marshall Street in New Lambton Heights.
McGrath New Lambton have a five-bedroom home at 49 Aldyth Street in New Lambton with a guide of $1.55 million to $1.65 million.
A 10-year-old Torrens Title townhouse with three bedrooms at 49 Chaucer Street in Hamilton is being marketed by First National Newcastle City with a guide of $1 million to $1.1 million.
Listings $500,000 to $1m
Interest is expected in the high $800,000 range for a four-bedroom home with a pool and studio at 10 Hillview Crescent, Macquarie Hills being marketed by Belle Property Lake Macquarie.
Dalton Partners New Lambton have a three-bedroom duplex at 31A Henley Street in New Lambton for $829,000.
A three-bedroom home on 715 square metres of land at 32 Rowes Lane in Cardiff Heights is on the market through First National Newcastle City for $650,000 to $690,000.
Laing+Simmons Newcastle Central have a one-bedroom unit in Athcourt Flats, built by W Stronarch in 1939, at 16/28 Watt Street, Newcastle for $590,000 to $640,000.
Listings under $500,000
Street Property are selling a two-bedroom apartment at 406/215-217 Pacific Highway in the Landmark complex in Charlestown with a guide of $360,000 to $390,000.
A one-bedroom apartment in on the market through Robinson Property at 106/27 Throsby Street, Wickham for $490,000 to $530,000.