Whether you’re on the hunt for your next home, or simply appreciate beautiful architecture and interior design, Sydney’s real estate market has plenty of wish-list-worthy properties.
In this week’s showcase, take your pick from four of Domain’s favourites, in Woollahra, Cronulla, Glebe and Palm Beach. Palm Beach
This three-level home has space in spades. Of its four bedrooms, two have water views and ensuites. There’s potential on the lower level to create another bedroom for guests, a private retreat, or maybe even a yoga studio.
You might find it hard to drag your eyes away from the view, which spans Pittwater, Careel Bay, and up to Ku-ring-gai National Park.
LJ Hooker Palm Beach agent Peter Robinson is selling the home, which he’s priced at $2,895,000. Related: Open homes to see this weekend in SydneyRelated: Award-winning Newtown pad a cut above the restRelated: Balancing head and heart when househuntingViews span all the way to Ku-ring-gai National Park. Photo: Supplied
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This home is blessed by a killer location: it has level access to Woollahra village, the expansive greens of Centennial Park to the south, and some of Sydney’s most famous beaches to the east. 36 Holdsworth Street, Woollahra.Photo: Supplied
The property has been a labour of love for its current owner, who designed its stylish finishes and fittings himself.
Ben Collier of the Agency is asking $3 million for the property which will go to auction on August 12. The terrace has undeniable street presence. Photo: Supplied
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The residents at 64 Toxteth Road will leave behind a history of happy memories when they sell the property after four decades of ownership. 64 Toxteth Road, Glebe.Photo: Supplied
Belle Property Glebe’s Mark Tooth says the shingle-style cottage is filled with 19th-century charm.
As keen design buffs may recognise, it takes cues from the work of notable American architect John Horbury Hunt.
The vendor’s are hoping to snag a sale price of $3.6 million to $3.7 million. The home’s major design inspiration came from American architect John Horbury Hunt. Photo: Supplied
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This apartment may have been renovated extensively in recent years, but there’s no going past the outlook over Cronulla beach when choosing its star feature. 4/2 McDonald Street, Cronulla.Photo: Supplied
“It feels like you’re surrounded by water,” says agent Matthew Callaghan of Highland Property Agents Cronulla, who expects to sell for between $2,250,000 and $2,475,000 at the August 12 auction.
To have a morning coffee or breakfast with a view, residents can just hop downstairs to the aptly named Next Door cafe. The home has recently been renovated for contemporary comfort. Photo: Supplied
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