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Today’s property highlights include a mix of lavish homes, all presenting an opportunity for executive family living across the eastern states of Australia. From the peaceful Fig Tree Pocket to affluent St Ives, these are the four most spectacular homes to come to market today.
Fig Tree Pocket is a riverside haven for relaxed family living and gorgeous natural scenery, affectionately named after a grand local fig tree residing in the area.
Predominantly attracting families to its streets, the household structure of the area is led by couples with children at 62.3 per cent and primarily attracts those working in a professional occupation.
Boasting consistent annual growth since 2020, the suburb has increased in value by approximately 70 per cent, recording a median house price of A$1,780,000.
On the market for the first time in 22 years, this property enjoys a spectacular position with 110 metres of river frontage and perfectly manicured grounds. Designed by architects Trebilcock and interiors crafted by John Black, the home captures the elegance of a classic country manor as well as contemporary luxuries like a home cinema.
Showcasing opulent family living over three levels, this property is set to go to auction Monday, November 14 at 5pm.
84 Cubberla Street, Fig Tree Pocket, Qld 4069
Sydney’s Upper North Shore is a precinct filled with affluent estates and leafy streets and the pocket of St Ives within this locality is no different. Framed by the Garigal National Park, the area is close in proximity to beautiful natural scenery as well as being within easy reach of the city centre.
Experiencing consistent growth since 2020, St Ives has seen a wealth of properties come to market each year. A total of 220 properties were sold in 2020, while 2021 saw a spike with 306 sold.
The household occupancy rate of the suburb is dominated by those who have purchased their home, at a rate of 40.5 per cent. St Ives primarily attracts couples with children, while the main age group is between 40 to 49 years old.
Presenting executive family living to the market is this spectacular St Ives residence. Occupying a 1,195-square-metre block, the timeless home exudes elegance, fitted with a high-end Italian internal lift, coffered ceilings and a designer stone kitchen.
This property is set to go to auction on Saturday, November 19 at 11am.
18 Kenthurst Road, St Ives, NSW 2075
Occupying a prestigious location in one of Melbourne’s most upmarket suburbs, this St Ives property is well-equipped for sumptuous living.
The property itself is a short walk to transport options and the St Ives Shopping Village, as well as prestigious Melbourne schools.
Set across a 3,137-square-metre block, this property offers luxury living within charming interiors.
Generously proportioned, the home features a six-person breakfast bar, two separate master suites and grand outdoor spaces.
Crafted with a newly refurbished tennis court, in-ground pool and separate spa, this home is an entertainer’s dream set to go to auction on Saturday, November 26 at 3pm.
54 Collins Road, St Ives, NSW 2075
Balwyn is a well-respected Melbourne suburb famed for its affluence and exclusivity. In between tree-lined streets lie pockets of trendy shopping and local eateries.
Sprawling across 4.4 square kilometres, the peaceful locality has 13 parks covering nearly 2.1 per cent of the total area. The suburb most recently recorded a population of 13,495 people and a median age of 43 years old.
In the past 12 months, the area has seen 11.2 per cent annual property price growth which delivered a median house price of A$2,830,000.
Exuding elegance, this Balwyn property is magnificent in both its proportions and interiors. A circular driveway leads to a perfectly manicured façade, preceding two levels of unrivalled living standards.
Close in proximity to Melbourne’s elite secondary schools, the home is moments from Strathcona Girls Grammar and Camberwell Grammar Schools.
18 Northcote Avenue, Balwyn, Vic 3103
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