Penthouses sell fast in One14 Tudor development in Hamilton.

By admin • 成都桑拿 • 18 Jun 2019

Penthouses have proven popular in Stevens Group development One14Tudor in Hamilton.A new price high is believed to have been set for a Hamilton apartment with the $1.175 million sale off the plan of a three-bedroom penthouse in Stevens Group development One14 Tudor in Hamilton.
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Rick Gittins, of Gittins Property, is marketing the developmenton the site of the former taxi co-op headquarters at 114 Tudor Street.

It will comprise 31 apartments over four levelsand Mr Gittins said eight had sold since the development was released to marketlast weekend. That included the sale of three three-bedroom penthouses.

Penthouses have proven popular in Stevens Group development One14Tudor in Hamilton.

“There’s definitely a market formature aged/semi-retiredbuyers who don’t need to be in the heart of Newcastle but want to be in a location with easy access to the city,” Mr Gittins said.

“They are also looking for a larger apartmentand prefer to be in a smaller boutique complexas opposed to a large high density development.”

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1880s Cooks Hill terrace hits marketA terrace built circa 1880 and overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill has been described as “one of our finest” by agent Graeme Brownlow, of Walkom Real Estate.

Dragonwyk, as it is known, is on the market for the first time in 25 years and is positioned in the middle of a row of five tightly held terraces.

The residence has its first inspection scheduled for 1.30pm today and has been listed with a price guide of $1.35 million.

Penthouses snapped up in new development for Hamilton CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

CHARACTER: This three-bedroom terrace overlooking Centennial Park in Cooks Hill is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

TweetFacebook‘ENTRY LEVEL’ IN HAMILTON HOMEA “versatile” four-bedroom weatherboard house within walking distance of Beaumont Street listed with a guide of $650,000 to $700,000 is “good buying”, according to agent George Rafty.

First National Newcastle City are marketing the home at 6 Cleary Street, which has its first inspection Saturday at 3pm and is set for auction on October 20.

‘GOOD BUY’: This renovated cottage in Hamilton’s Cleary Street has a separate teenage retreat out the back.

It has three bedrooms plus a separate “teen sleepout”

“It’sa cute, renovated home and presents really well.It has a tenant there who is happy to stay on and that price range puts it at entry level for Hamilton,” Mr Rafty said.

The median sale price for a home in Hamilton rose from $620,000 in 2016 to $740,000 last year, according to n Property Monitors and is $796,000 so far this year.

AUCTION ACTIONA Victorian terrace in Newcastle East’s Alfred Street that has been owned by members of the same family since it was built circa 1885 is set for auction on site on Saturday.

Adeline, at 4 Alfred Street, has been marketed by First National Newcastle City and goesunder the hammer at 12.45pm with aguide of $850,000 to $930,000.

Its renovation to restore and modernise the home in 1991 wasdesigned byBrian Suters and it was further updated in 2011. It has been usedas short-term accommodation since 2002.

Adeline, at 4 Alfred Street, has been marketed by First National Newcastle City and goes under the hammer at 12.45pm with a guide of $850,000 to $930,000.

First National Newcastle City’s George Rafty said there had been “good interest from all over the country” for an apartment block overlooking Empire Park in Bar Beach set for auction at 10.30am on Saturday.

The complex, on the corner of Bar Beach Avenue and Brooks Street, is on themarket for the first time since it was built in 1935 and hasa guide of $3.2 million to $3.5 million.

It comprises four two-bedroom units and has an R3 zoning, which means another level could be added to the two-storey building, subject to council approval.

First National also has 4 Corona Street inHamilton Eastheaded for auction at 2.15pm with a guide of $1.2 million to $1.3 million.

Bidding is expected to start around $600,000 for a totally renovated two-bedroom residence in Mayfield’s Kerr Street on Saturday.

Kathie Bowtell, of Walkom Real Estate, has marketed No.26 which has been transformed by owner Victoria Carroll, of Vault Design.

Interest has come from Sydneysiders and first home buyers ahead of the on-siteauction at11.15am.

Features include exposed brick, recycled timber and covered entertaining deck.

Bidding is expected to start around $600,000 for a totally renovated two-bedroom residence in Mayfield’s Kerr Street on Saturday.

FIRST TIME OFFERED IN DUDLEYHomes in Dudley’s tightly held The Cove rarely come to market and there has been “solid inquiry” since athree-bedroom home with ocean views there on a block over 1000 square metres in size was listed for sale.

Creer Property’s Gary Jones is marketing No.5 in the quiet cul-de-sac and said interest had come locally and from Sydney.

“Not much sells up there, which is why we’re putting expressions of interest on it,” Mr Jones said.

It is open for inspection at 11am on Saturday.

This home in tightly held The Cove in Dudley is on the market for the first time since it was built in the 1980s.

SITE WITH DA APPROVAL IN NEW LAMBTONA 696 square metre property in New Lambton with a four-bedroom house and Development Application approval to build an additional two townhouses is being sold for $1.2 million and has its first inspection scheduled for 10.30am on Saturday.

David Podmore, of Real Estate Newcastle, is marketing 117 Regent Street.Two three-bedroom townhouses, designed by EJE Architecture,have been approved to be built at the rear of the property which has access off Lambton Lane.

A 696 square metre property in New Lambton with a four-bedroom house and Development Application approval to build an additional two townhouses is being sold for $1.2 million

Mr Podmore is also marketing a property with “good exposure” at 656 Glebe Road in Adamstown which he said presented a range of opportunities for developers.

It has a “knock-down” home is on 436 square metres of land, which has a B1 zoning.

It is set for auction on September 29.

GWH BUILD PICK UP AWARD FOR AEROHunter developers GWH Build’s Aero in Newcastle West was named Apartment Development of the Year at theMaster Builders Excellence in Building Awards 2018 Newcastle on September 7.

The 14-storey Aero on Hunter Street was believed to be Newcastle’s tallest residential building when it was completed in December. It featured a rooftop terrace.

GWH Build unveiled their latest development this month in 121 Elder on the former Snake Gully Hotel site in Lambton.

INFO SESSION FOR MAYFIELD PROJECTA one-hour information session will be held on site for Mayfield development The Corio from midday to 1pm Saturday.

The eight-townhouse complex at 327 to 329 Maitland Road is being sold off the plan with seven homes remaining.

All have three bedrooms, two bathrooms and one garage space and are being soldfor $560,000 to $585,000.

The development is being marketed by Ray White Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.

Townhouses in The Corio at Mayfield are being sold off the plan.

ON THE MARKET FOR UNDER $500K

A one-bedroom apartment in the Eclipse development on Union Street in Cooks Hill is being marketed with a guide of $495,000 to $525,000 while inNesca Parade on The Hill,a one-bedroom apartment is being soldfor $375,000 to $400,000.

A terrace at 19 Catherine Street in Maitland is on the market for $400,000 to $430,000. It has one bedroom, living, kitchen and bathroom on both levels.

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