Regional NSW properties for the price of a Sydney apartment

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The Blue Mountains is an area offering Sydney buyers excellent value for money.

While Sydney apartment prices have fallen 8.8 per cent to a median value of $678,199, according to the latest figures from CoreLogic, many would be buyers still find Sydney overpriced.

This is causing many potential buyers to leave the big smoke of Sydney for regional NSW where many are finding great value for the price of a Sydney apartment.

Here are three properties that you can buy in NSW for the same value of a Sydney unit.

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No. 102 Tableland Rd, Wentworth Falls, has Sydney skyline views.




102 Tableland Rd, Wentworth Falls

This Wentworth Falls property shows that you can still have Sydney skyline views at an affordable price.

The three-bedroom property has a $650,000-$685,000 price guide and is set on a lush, leafy 1594sqm block.

The three-bedroom house has a cold-climate garden.

Two of the three bedrooms have build-in wardrobes while the living and kitchen area flow out to a large balcony with prized views.

Other features include underfloor heating, cold-climate garden, renovated kitchen and original bathrooms.

It is listed as a private treaty sale with Belle Property Leura’s Matt Grima and Jack Johnston.

The character home has three bedrooms.

37 Cork St, Gundaroo

A 30 minute drive from Canberra, this three-bedroom house on 2006sqm has a $649,000 guide.

The two-storey house has a main bedroom on the ground floor and two bedrooms and a loungeroom on the top floor.

Other features include Cyprus pine floors, rake ceilings and an electric country-style kitchen.

Both floors have an open-plan design.

Due to the blocks zoning, there is a possibility to establish a business on the property, which is located on the door step to wine country.

Sitting smack bang in the middle of Gundaroo, the new owners of this property will be able to sock up the village atmosphere, which retains much of its 19th century charm.

It is for sale with Luton Properties — Belconnen agent Tim McInnes.

The Little Wobby cottage is only accessible via ferry.

112 Hawkesbury River, Little Wobby

Sitting on 720sqm, this two-bedroom waterfront cottage is perfect for those after a lifestyle on the water.

Listed with a $695,000 price guide, the property has a large open plan design, outdoor deck and a jetty.

A ferry is required to access the cottage. The regular car service transports passengers to the train station in Brooklyn. Via public transport, the property is 100 minutes to Central Station.

Moxham’s Real Estate’s David Miles and John Moxham are selling the home via private treaty.

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