Luxurious Australian homes listed for up to $ 31 million
These are the type of homes most of us mere mortals can only dream of owning, with stables, equestrian facilities, swimming pools, and even enough yard space to build a tennis court. .
For the lucky few though, those luxury properties currently on the market that can be priced as high as $ 31 million will be a reality as sellers look to reduce or consolidate their real estate holdings as real estate prices skyrocket.
On Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula, a seven-bedroom house in 1-21 Sandy Point Road, Somers was listed with a record suburban price guide of $ 28.5 million to $ 31.35 million.
The house, known as Western Park, stood on a working farm of approximately 89 acres, with a private frontage on the beach, partner of Kay & Burton Flinders Tom barr smith noted.
“It may be one of three along this coast that could have a decent length of beach frontage,” Barr Smith said. “It’s a very rare sale.
Mr Barr Smith said the property had been used as a vacation home by sellers for about seven years. They were looking to sell because they weren’t using it as much as before.
Also in Melbourne, a historic six-bedroom rectory at 292 Cotham Road, Kew is in the market with a price range of $ 17-18.7 million.
292 Cotham Road, Kew VIC 3101
Ross House was built in 1889 and has had only seven owners since then, director of Jellis Craig Hawthorn Geordie dixon noted.
“The seventh owners bought the house in 2003 and most of the work that was done [to renovate] was by the previous owners in 1992-93, ”Ms. Dixon said.
In the exclusive Sydney suburb of Vaucluse, home to former Australian prime ministers, famous hoteliers and international movie stars, a luxury house has entered the market for the first time in 20 years.
The five bedroom house at 13, avenue des Princes has been listed with a $ 17 million price guide by vendors looking to downsize. With a view of the harbor, a large courtyard and a swimming pool this was the perfect home for a family, Raine & Horne Double Bay manager Paul langsam noted.
“There is room for a tennis court as long as the board approves it,” Langsam said.
The house will be auctioned on November 11.
40 minutes north of Sydney’s CBD, a unique home with Olympic-level equestrian facilities and a professional-grade BMX track has been put on the market for $ 13-14.3 million.
The property at 394 Wyong Road, Duffys Forest, also has “stables which are better than some of the houses on offer”, principal agent of Clarke & Humel Property Michael clarke noted.
394 Wyong Road, Duffys Forest NSW 2084
The house – which has seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a large outdoor entertainment area with a pool – is on the market after sellers decided to make a lifestyle change during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“This is the level of ownership that a buyer will never leave again, so once they are gone, it won’t be offered for another 10 or 15 years,” Mr. Clarke said.
Sydney and Melbourne aren’t the only cities with multi-million dollar properties.
Not far from Brisbane on the Gold Coast, a six-bedroom house in 293-296 Monaco Street, Broadbeach Waters, is auctioned on October 31.
293-295 Monaco Street, Broadbeach Waters QLD 4218
Kollosche chief executive Michael Kollosche said the house is one that buyers would expect to find in Sydney or Melbourne, given its stylish interiors.
It would not be fired on the expected price for the property; however, a neighboring house sold in July for $ 12.4 million.
The house has water views, its own jetty and perfectly manicured gardens with tall palm trees.
“The sellers have owned the house for 25 years and they sell down to the reduced size, so it’s a generational change of house,” Mr. Kollosche said. “These types of great estates don’t show up that often and this really isn’t your typical Gold Coast home.”
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