Enter your search here.
From the rolling hills of Dunmore to the leafy streets of Yeronga, today was a remarkable day for the luxury property market. Waterfront estates and sleek contemporary builds were just some of the spectacular homes to come to market today.
Perched on the southern riverside of Brisbane, Yeronga is a serene suburb filled with leafy residential streets. Amongst affluent housing lies trendy bars, eateries and shops, curating the perfectly balanced Queensland lifestyle.
The area most recently experienced a 1.9 per cent increase in price value, delivering a median house price of A$1.32 million. Last year, a total of 87 properties sold, up by 31 properties from 2020. So far this year, 77 properties have sold and each listing spends an average of 23 days on the market.
The suburb records a relatively young predominant age group of 20-29-year-olds and a population of 6,537. A blue-chip area, Yeronga primarily attracts childless couples and those working in professional occupations.
The household occupancy rate of the suburb is led by those renting at 41.5 per cent, followed by purchasers at 27.2 per cent.
Sprawling across 2,846 square metres of spectacular riverfront land, this award-winning Yeronga home is a contemporary masterpiece. The esteemed Brian Steendyk has designed this steel and glass sanctuary; a modern haven with 22.3 metres of river frontage.
37 Stevens Street, Yeronga, Qld 4104
Macmasters Beach is an idyllic South Eastern Sydney suburb, lending itself to the dream coastal lifestyle. Pristine beach walks and village shops, all set to the backdrop of the Bouddi National Park, define the peaceful suburb.
The area experienced an annual growth rate of 38.4 per cent, delivering a median house price of A$2.19 million.
The affluent suburb is predominantly lived in by 50-59-year-olds and those working in a professional occupation, while the population sits at 1,289 people.
Macmasters Beach saw 52 properties sold in the last year. This year, the suburb has already recorded 42 properties sold, each spending an average of 41 days on the market before purchase.
Designed by famed architect David Boyle, this Macmasters Beach residence is an award-winning design taking its cues from the home’s lush natural surroundings. The interiors of the home have been meticulously crafted by Arent&Pyke, while the exquisite gardens have been landscaped by studio Pangkarra.
This strikingly modern coastal home is accepting expressions of interest.
Macmasters Beach, NSW 2251
As a harbourside suburb, Kurraba Point is blessed with views of the pristine Sydney Harbour and surrounding waters. An affluent locale, Kurraba Point is dominated by grand estates and contemporary builds.
Most recently, the area recorded a staggering median house price of A$6 million. Only six listings have come to market in the last 12 months, while five have been sold, a testament to the exclusivity of the prestigious area.
Kurraba Point is defined by its tranquillity, home to three parks covering nearly 4.5 per cent of the area. The population of the suburb sits at 1,702 people while the predominant age bracket is 30-39-year-olds.
The household occupancy rate is led by those renting, who account for 51.4 per cent of households while outright owners account for 28.6 per cent of Kurraba Point households.
The distinguished architect Bruce Stafford has brought this waterfront estate to life, redefining luxury family living in the form of this four-level abode. An incredible showcase of elegant minimalism, the property features hardwood floors, chandeliers and panoramic water views.
The home was previously sold in 2009 for A$7.6 million and stands today as a completely revitalised modern masterpiece.
This exceptional Kurraba Point home is now accepting expressions of interest.
15 Baden Road, Kurraba Point, NSW 2089
Dunmore is a rural locality home to undisturbed pastures, breathtaking scenery and a pristine stretch of coastline. Located around 115 kilometres south of Sydney, the area offers a peaceful country lifestyle, surrounded by local villages, historic pubs and eateries.
Recording a 1.6 per cent increase in price value in May of this year, the median house price in Dunmore sits at A$970,000. A strong annual growth rate was recorded at 31.3 per cent, while the area saw 22 properties sold in the previous year.
Dunmore is a sprawling locale, approximately 18.3 square kilometres in size. With a small population of 265 people, the tight-knit community predominantly attracts those in professional occupations and couples with children. The median age bracket is between 60-69-years-old.
For those seeking an investment opportunity or a change from a city lifestyle, this acreage presents an incredible opportunity for villa and tourist facility development. Including a 5,000-square-metre partly constructed home, river frontage and approval for 33 Eco-Villas, the rural tourist opportunity of a lifetime awaits.
This Dunmore acreage is accepting expressions of interest with a price guide of A$6 million.
71 Fig Hill Lane, Dunmore, NSW 2529
Copyright © 2022 The Market Herald.