This block of three residential apartments in Wollongong’s Denison Street will go to auction later this month.Property WatchA block of three residential apartments in Wollongong’s Denison Street is on the market.
The units at 26 Denison Street are being sold in one line, as a Torrens titled complex of two two-bedroom units and one five-bedroom apartment.
The solid and well-constructed block of 1960s flats, close to the train station and CBD, are listed with David Geary of MMJ Real Estate – Wollongong.
Mr Geary said both the two-bedroom apartments featured renovated decor, including a stylish kitchen, bathroom and high ceilings as well as their own lock-up garage or car space.
The top-floor apartment was the size of most spacious homes and was neat and in original condition, he said.
All apartments were up to rental standard and had the potential for solid rental return.
Mr Geary said the block of flats had been owned as a family long-term investment for many years.
The block is open for inspection Saturday from 12.30pm to 1.15pm.
It will go to auction on Saturday, August 30, at 2pm, at the Wollongong Golf Club. The bidders’ guide is $980,000.
The views from the new Bombo Beach Estate, stage one, which is now on the market selling through Raine&Horne Kiama.
Stage one of Bombo Beach Estate is now selling. Raine&Horne Kiama director Steve Pryor, who is selling the land, said it marked Kiama’s first major seaside land subdivision in 25 years.
There are 12 beachside building blocks with a choice of level to sloping home sites. The fully serviced residential blocks offered some of Kiama’s best beach, surf, ocean and coastal views. Priced from $600,000, they would suit a new home or duplex sites, subject to council approval.
The architecturally designed home at 32Lilly Pilly Way, Kiama, is a light-filled home with high-end finishes.
A four-bedroom executive-style family home at Kiama will go to auction later this month with a price guide of more than $750,000.
The architecturally designed home at 32 Lilly Pilly Way is a light-filled residence with high-end finishes.
Listed with Christian Zeidler and Kobi Ruzzene, of One Agency Zeidler Waller – Wollongong, it has a large entertainer’s kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, Smeg appliances and an oversized walk-in pantry. It has north-facing living areas with covered outdoor alfresco area, surround sound in kitchen, family room and alfresco areas, media room and parents’ retreat with gas log fireplaces, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, and polished hardwood floors. Set on 672 square metres, it is five years old and is still covered by home warranty insurance.
It is open Saturday from 1-1.30pm and will go to auction on Saturday, August 30, at 1.30pm.
A four-bedroom Dapto home, close to schools, shops and transport, is on the market for offers above $385,000.
The home at 45 Kundle Street, set on a 556-square-metre block, has dual living areas, refurbished kitchen and combined dining area.
Listed with Leanne Brailey, of Brailey First National – Wollongong, the home has a single carport with the added allowance for extra parking space. Three of the four bedrooms have built-in wardrobes.
Ms Brailey said the property was excellent for investors or owner/occupier seeking a relaxed lifestyle.
It will be open for inspection Saturday from 10.30am to 11am.
A unique Farmborough Heights property, which has been owned by the one family for more than 50 years, is up for sale.
The property at Lot 101 Farmborough Road is a city farm with development potential, according to Marta Amann from Colliers International – Wollongong who is selling the property.
Ms Amann said it featured an original four-bedroom home with double garage set on 18.5 hectares of prime land.
She said the property was part of the Farmborough Heights to Mt Kembla strategic planning study and may be developable should the current plan be gazetted.
There was potential for 25 blocks subject to council approval, she said.
The property is open for inspection Saturday from 11am to noon. It will go to auction on Saturday, September 13, at 10am.
Worth a lookA three-bedroom Albion Park house for $399,000-plus through Peter TarantoA five-bedroom Woonona house for $670,000-plus through McGrath Estate AgentsA two-bedroom Coniston unit for $260,000 through Raine & HorneA three-bedroom Mangerton townhouse for $410,000 through Jackson ResidentialA four-bedroom Wollongong apartment for auction through Belle PropertyFull Domain guide
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