Queensland: $2.7m, 24 Cypress Court, Minyama, threelevel home on 840sq mwith four bedrooms, 44m wraparound pool, deck over the water, pontoon and eight-car garage. (Ken Guy Mooloolaba)
NSW: $3.4m, 46 John St, Woollahra, three-bedroom remodelled home with northfacing garden and two balconies. (Bradfield & Pritchard Double Bay)
Victoria: $4m, 924 Burke Rd, Balwyn, five-bedroom contemporary home with marble finishes and parquetry floors on 1700sq m. (Marshall White)
Hunter: 29 Stevenson Place, Newcastle, $1.69m
THIS six-bedroom Victorian house in Newcastle’s east end was built by a lord mayor in 1897. It is owned by Maggie Haertsch and is used at present as short-stay accommodation.
Newcastle is two hours’ drive north of Sydney.
The house features high ceilings, kauri pine floors and decorative features.
The property also includes the adjoining terrace house.
In total there are four bathrooms, two kitchens, nine fireplaces and four first-floor veran- das with sea and harbour views.
There are also courtyard gardens and a timber studio with bull-nose veranda, all on land totalling 428.9sq m.
Newcastle beach and the harbour are at each end of the street.
The listing agent is Sonia Walkom of Walkom Linehans First National Newcastle.
Sydney’s east: 5/40 Wunulla Rd, Point Piper, $1.4m-plus
DAVID Cowan, founder and director of garden maintenance and landscaping business The Green Garden Scene, and his wife Kylie, a former Sydney radio advertising executive, are selling their investment property and relocating to Melbourne.
The 162sq m top-floor art deco apartment has been in David’s family for 45 years and is in a block of six.
It has three bedrooms, two art deco bathrooms and views across Rose Bay. The main bedroom opens to a sunroom, while the lounge room opens to a balcony. There is also a dining room and a kitchen with timber cabinetry and granite benchtops.
Features include original jarrah floors and high ceilings with ornate cornices.
The property goes to auction today through Tulia Whippy and David Vereker of Belle Property Double Bay.
Hunter: 17 Shortland St, Redhead, $1.9m
ARNALDO and Concetta De Antonis have reared their family in this house in Redhead, an established beachside suburb about 20km south of Newcastle’s central business district, but want to move closer to grandchildren.
Called Brezza Di Mare, the two-level house has ocean views and is close to Redhead beach, Glenrock Lagoon, Lake Macquarie, Charlestown and Belmont.
It has about 598sq m of living space. On the ground level is an entry foyer, lounge and dining rooms, a kitchen with five-burner gas cooker and island bench, family room, bathroom, fifth bedroom or study, and a cellar.
On the top floor is another foyer, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sauna, and a games and music room that opens to the rear patio.
Features include tinted stormrated windows, a gym, gazebo, built-in barbecue, self-contained retreat, wet bars, solid timber doors and an underground rainwater tank. The owners can be contacted on 0432 693 304 or (02) 4944 8668.