Sydney prestige property: Get set for the post-school-holiday ’trickle’ to sell before Christmas – realestate.com.au

Sydney prestige property: Get set for the post-school-holiday ’trickle’ to sell before Christmas - realestate.com.au

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“Palm Seashore meets Vaucluse on 1,100 sqm” at 1 Fitzwilliam Rd, Vaucluse.


A $15m household dream dwelling in Vaucluse? A $20m Tamarama seaside home? What a couple of $30m Level Piper penthouse? Simply a few of what awaits within the post-school-holiday ‘trickle’.

A few of Sydney’s prime brokers aren’t seeing any signal of a flood of property over coming weeks, although there are definitely a number of scrumptious choices.

“It’s undoubtedly not a surge — it appears fairly tight,” says TRG founder Gavin Rubinstein.

“However that’s a very good factor for sellers as a result of it’s going to hold costs strong.”

Amongst Rubinstein’s mid-spring selections are a four-bedroom dwelling at 1 Fitzwilliam Rd, Vaucluse described as “Palm Seashore meets Vaucluse on 1,100sqm” with a $15m information; and “Sydney’s best penthouse” within the Vilon improvement at 23 Wolseley Rd, Level Piper for $30m.

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1 Fitzwilliam Rd, Vaucluse has a $15m worth information.


Out of doors eating on the terrace at The Penthouse, 23 Wolseley Rd, Level Piper, which has a $30m information.


In the meantime, a five-bedroom “world-class Tamarama oasis” at 30 Wolaroi Crescent, owned by occasions organiser Antony Spanbrook and his associate, Chris Yeo, has simply hit the market through The Company’s Ben Collier.

It’s understood there are expectations above $20m.

The couple, who’re making a tree-change to the South Coast, have executed a kitchen reno since shopping for the Tony Masters-designed dwelling in a front-row place of Tamarama Seashore for $6.8m in 2011.

30 Wolaroi Cres, Tamarama has front-row place of the seaside.


There are hopes of greater than $20m.


Rubinstein didn’t need to focus on the proprietor of his Vaucluse providing, although data present it’s owned by the CEO and co-founder of tech firm Accordant, Stephen Knowles, and his spouse, Kaye.

Concerning the home, he mentioned: “It’s been fully rebuilt internally … there’s the pool and each degree of the home is sunny, non-public and overlooks the harbour.”

Of the 400sqm penthouse, he says: “There’s nothing prefer it — it’s over two ranges, with an inner elevate and there’s nothing else model new in Level Piper that gives panoramic views east and west.”

Rubinstein offered the sub-penthouse, which is half the dimensions, for $16.5m about three months in the past.

And his view of the market? “There’s a extreme lack of high quality choices for consumers … I offered a house in Brighton Boulevard, North Bondi for $10.1m and a home in Tarrant Ave in Bellevue Hill final weekend for between $13m and $14m and we had three consumers competing on every of them.”

This beautiful dwelling at 112 New South Head Rd, Vaucluse, is subsequent week’s Wentworth Courier Home of the Week.



One other agent, Richard Faludi of Raine and Horne Double Bay, who’s promoting subsequent week’s Wentworth Courier Home of the Week, a five-bedroom dwelling with pool on a 949sqm block at 112 New South Head Rd, Vaucluse that has an $11m worth information for a November 3 public sale, agrees the market is ready to remain tight.

“Final 12 months when the market was flying, there have been a variety of opportunistic sellers,” he mentioned.

“Within the present local weather, except somebody has a robust impetus to promote, they’re not going to.”

Faludi additionally didn’t need to focus on the house owners of the New South Head Rd property, although data present it’s owned by Ilona Brooks, advertising and marketing and philanthropy supervisor at Pinchgut Opera, and her husband, Michael Simpson.

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