Prestige Sydney homes without the eastern suburbs price tag
When buyers think of prestige property their minds immediately turn to Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Despite this there are some incredible homes in other desirable regions that are sure to draw the eye of cashed-up buyers.
MORE: Inside Tim Cahill’s ultimate sports star mansion
Is this the best view in Sydney?
The benefit of this is that these homes don’t come with the astronomical price tags seen in the east, usually slightly more affordable. Here are some of the best homes currently on the market that could blow your mind.
7A Woolwich Rd, Hunters Hill
This grand tri-level home in a waterside position on a 1195sqm estate is one of the finest in the region. There are plenty of formal and family living spaces which lead out to multiple terraces that overlook the river. There is a marble fireplace, Koi fish pond feature, pool and sauna room. It is listed with Tracey Dixon of McGrath Hunters Hill with a guide of $5.7 million to $6.2 million.
22 Yachtsmans Paradise, Newport
This four-bedroom home close to parkland and the water is set over three levels and built for a lifestyle of luxury. With an internal lift to make life that little bit easier, the home has some of the finest finishes, including a swimming pool with spa, a gym with mirrored walls, a theatre room and video intercom for added security. A triple lockup garage means there is plenty of room for all your cars while the huge entertainment terrace provides amazing vistas while also capturing gorgeous sunsets. It is listed with Gordon Spring of LJ Hooker Newport with a price guide of $3.8 million.
132 Louisa Rd, Birchgrove
This waterfront property has one of the region’s best vantage points. Offered for the first time in 30 years, the home has plenty of potential to create a dream abode in one of Sydney’s best spots. ‘‘The Mooring’’ has a huge rooftop terrace with 360-degree views, while there are glimpses of the water from almost every room. For those with a boat, there is an opportunity to reinstate its private jetty and deep mooring. A self-contained studio means there is extra room for extended family if required. It goes to auction on July 20 with a price guide of $5.3 million through Mark Bowis of Cobden and Hayson Balmain.
SIGN UP TO THE NSW REAL ESTATE NEWSLETTER