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14 Louisa Road, Birchgrove, NSW 2041
Jutting out onto Sydney Harbour, the inner-west peninsula suburb of Birchgrove is a waterfront haven where spectacular homes, upmarket dining and leafy parks abound.
Coming a long way from its industrial past, Birchgrove has become known as one of the top suburbs for quiet yet vibrant living just outside of the hustle and bustle. The waterfront locale predominantly attracts couples with children and is home to 3,228 residents with a median age of 46.
Experiencing strong growth over the past few years, Birchgrove commands a high median house price of A$3,387,500 which is little wonder considering the locale’s abundance of top lifestyle amenities. In the past year, the suburb recorded 25.5 per cent annual property price growth, adding approximately A$687,500 to the average house price.
So far, Birchgrove has seen 53 properties sold this year with listings spending an average of 37 days on the market. Approximately 37.4 per cent of households in the suburb are owned outright.
Situated along one of Birchgrove’s top streets, this immaculate c1876 residence on Louisa Road stands proudly on a generous 475-square-metre parcel right by the harbour.
14 Louisa Road, Birchgrove, NSW 2041
Capturing breathtaking waterfront vistas, this characterful four-bedroom home known as ‘Vidette’ lends itself well to luxurious family living where Birchgrove Oval, local cafes, Balmain Sailing Club and the ferry are all within easy reach.
Located just a short drive from the heart of Sydney’s CBD, this Birchgrove home boasts a prestigious inner-city address as well as suburban proportions, ensuring plenty of space for the whole family and providing endless entertaining opportunities.
“‘Vidette’ offers luxurious living on a grand scale,” BresicWhitney selling agent Andrew Liddell summarised.
“Its 1800s construction is evident in its expertly maintained architectural and design features– ones that are balanced by a modern approach to design and everyday livability,” Andrew said, citing the home’s wraparound gardens, water views, pool and patio as just a few of the property’s key features.
The home has been updated inside and out to offer contemporary-style living punctuated by gracefully retained heritage features like ceiling roses, an original fireplace and formal living and dining rooms. Meanwhile, the expansive outdoor area presents itself as an entertainer’s oasis where multiple outdoor dining areas, a pool, lush greenery and spectacular water views await.
“It really is a wonderful property for families or entertainers seeking a home to make their own, while celebrating Inner Sydney’s past and the present,” Andrew added.
This spectacular Birchgrove property comes with a price guide of A$7 million and is scheduled to go to auction on November 19 at 9:45am.
Source: RP Data
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