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From Mosman to Mount Macedon, today’s property highlights showcase lavish city living and serene rural landscapes. Featuring stunning acreages and a heritage listing in Toorak, the October 19 highlights highlight a range of luxe listings.
Located on Sydney’s Upper North Shore, East Lindfield is a leafy suburb home to 12 parks covering over a third of the total area. Great for relaxed family living, East Lindfield has a population of 3,710 and a median age of 43. The suburb offers a scenic nature trail called Two Creeks Track and also enjoys proximity to Roseville Golf Club.
Bolstered by continuous property price growth over the past three years, the median house price in East Lindfield has grown by A$1.34 million since 2019 to A$3,565,000. So far, a total of 43 properties have sold in the area.
In terms of household structure, East Lindfield is definitely a family-friendly suburb; 63 per cent of households are couples with children. Approximately 47.5 per cent of homes are owned outright, a testament to the suburb’s desirability.
Occupying a 1,162-square-metre block within strolling distance of local shops, this architectural marvel features stunning sculptural elements and light-filled open-plan living zones. Perfect for the family that enjoys entertaining, the residence boasts a heated pool, wine cellar, internal lift, gourmet kitchen and five bedrooms.
The property was previously listed for sale in May and has now been relisted with a price guide of between A$9.2 and A$10 million.
22A Sydney Road, East Lindfield, NSW 2070
Known as one of the most exclusive and affluent suburbs in Melbourne, Toorak is filled with grand mansions, tree-lined streets and a handful of trendy cafes and bars. Home to 12,817 residents, the upmarket locale has a median age of 47 and tends to attract childless couples.
After reaching a record price of A$5,912,500, the median house price in Toorak has dropped by six per cent to A$5.56 million. The suburb is predominantly filled with outright owners, at 40.4 per cent, followed by renters at 34.2 per cent.
In July this year, the suburb saw just two properties sold, following on from 13 properties sold in June. Listings in Toorak tend to stay on the market for an average of 33 days.
Inspired by the charming Cotswolds, ‘Little Milton’ is a heritage residence that was built in a distinctive Arts and Crafts style by architect Muriel Scott close to a century ago. The residence rests on an expansive block and features a floodlit tennis court, indoor-outdoor pool complex, basement garaging for 12 and botanic-style gardens by Edna Walling.
The property previously sold in April 2012 for A$12 million. Since then, the median value for the area has more than doubled and the residence has been revitalised for luxurious modern living.
26 Albany Road, Toorak, Vic 3142
Offering a vibrant dining scene, stunning water views and a luxurious city lifestyle, Mosman is regarded as one of the top suburbs in Sydney. The waterside locale is home to a number of coves and beaches as well as the iconic Taronga Zoo.
Affluent Mosman has a population of 28,329 comprised predominantly of couples with children. The median house price has surged by more than 30 per cent over the past couple of years, reaching a record of A$5,303,378. However, house prices have been slowing down over the past couple of months.
In July this year, Mosman saw a total of 14 properties sold, seeing the average time spent on the market sit at 29 days. Approximately 36.3 per cent of households in the sought-after area are owned outright. Renters follow outright owners and represent 34.3 per cent of households in Mosman.
Designed by award-winning architect Simon Anderson, this luxurious family residence features stunning contemporary features while also showcasing its original c1896 elements. The home boasts proximity to parks and Mosman Village as well as a pool, north aspect and large open-plan living spaces.
Expressions of interest for the property close on Wednesday, November 16 at 5pm.
7 Cross Street, Mosman, NSW 2088
Characterised by large properties and lush nature reserves, Dural is a sought-after semi-rural suburb that provides the perfect setting for families to set down roots. The area covers approximately 34 square kilometres in which eight parks cover around 21 per cent of the land.
Home to 7,900 residents, Dural is a family-friendly suburb that has a median age of 45. In the past year, the area has recorded 14.1 per cent property price growth, pushing the median price to A$890,000. So far, a total of 19 Dural properties have sold, each spending an average of 32 days on the market.
Resting on more than nine acres, this exceptional Dural property boasts a palatial main residence, spa and sauna room, a large fourth-floor studio, a tennis court, an idyllic lake and trails for horses and bikes that connect to national parks.
The acreage is scheduled to go to auction on Saturday, November 26 at 10am.
17-19 Vineys Lane, Dural, NSW 2158
The bronze winner of the Top Tiny Tourism Town 2022, Mount Macedon is a lush and leafy suburb located 615 metres above sea level. Filled with heritage gardens, bushland, sprawling acreages and a handful of wineries and pubs, Mount Macedon offers the ultimate countryside lifestyle.
The serene suburb is home to approximately 1,450 residents and primarily attracts childless couples, although families with children are also drawn to the large properties and tight-knit community feel of Mount Macedon.
Property prices in the area have surged in the past few years, boosting the median house price to A$1,475,049. In the past year, 28 properties in Mount Macedon have sold and the average time listings spend on the market is 29 days.
Set on 45 acres of picturesque land, ‘Pepperell Farm’ boasts a Georgian-style main residence, a three-bedroom manager’s residence, a full-size indoor arena, stables, a lake with jetty and a veggie patch and orchard.
The property comes with a price guide of between A$9.5 and A$9.9 million.
38 Syndicate Road, Mount Macedon, Vic 3441
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