Opulent Canterbury Residence Features in Luxury Property Highlights for September 22 & 23

From a resort-style haven in Woollahra to a grand double-storey residence in Canterbury, the Australian luxury property market welcomed a number of standout homes on September 22 and 23.

15 Rosemont Avenue, Woollahra, NSW 2025

Positioned a convenient five kilometers from Sydney’s CBD, Woollahra is an affluent, family-friendly community just moments from the city. Tree-lined streets, vibrant local villages and elegant Victorian-era housing define the locale.

Experiencing a 5.9 increase in property price value in June of this year, the median house price in Woollahra sits at A$5.08 million. Properties in the suburb spent approximately 32 days on the market before being sold. Since 2021, Woollahra has experienced consistent annual price growth of more than 60 percent.

Households in the area are primarily lived in by childless couples and those working in professional occupations, placing the area as a blue-chip locale.

Previously sold in 2021 for A$16 million, this David Selden-designed residence showcases the excellence of the Art Deco style on a sprawling 1,017-square-metre block. Boasting a large swimming pool and DA-approved plans for reconfiguration, the property is primed for resort-inspired living and revitalisation.

Since its last purchase, Woollahra has increased by around 30 percent in value and the property stands today as a brilliant investment and opportunity for a forever-family home.

15 Rosemont Avenue, Woollahra, NSW 2025

18 Hopetoun Avenue, Canterbury, Vic 3126

Canterbury is an older Victorian suburb with a long-held reputation as an affluent locale. Filled with leafy green boulevards and a selection of the state’s most prestigious schools, Canterbury is highly regarded as a suburb for families and professionals alike.

Despite recording a 3.3 percent decrease in price value in June of this year, the locale posts a strong median house price of A$3.5 million. Meanwhile, the annual growth rate of Canterbury has consistently grown since 2020 by more than 30 percent, a testament to the thriving community.

An undoubtedly wealthy suburb, Canterbury primarily attracts couples with children. Approximately 76.8 percent of the homes in Canterbury are owner-occupied, while the rate of those renting sits at 20.6 percent.

Nestled on the Golden Mile boulevards, one of Canterbury’s most exclusive pockets, is a French Provincial-style home of unparalleled standards. Crafted to unseen elegance, this home is defined by crystal chandeliers, a home cinema and a wine cellar with tasting area.

This property is accepting expressions of interest until Tuesday, October 18 at 5pm and comes to market with a price guide of between A$7.9 and $A8.6 million.

18 Hopetoun Avenue, Canterbury, Vic 3126

496 Boston Road, Chandler, Qld 4155

Located just 16 kilometers out of Brisbane CBD, Chandler presents peaceful rural living within easy reach of the city. Home to 1,475 residents, primarily couples with children, the median age in Chandler is 45 years old. In the past year, the suburb recorded substantial property price growth with a 35 percent rise adding approximately A$560,000 to the median house price, which now sits at A$2.16 million.

In June this year, the sought-after family locale recorded 7.2 percent property price growth and the seven listings that came to market spent an average of 45 days on the market before being sold. In 2016, approximately 90 percent of homes in Chandler were recorded as owner-occupied.

Set upon a sprawling 2.49-acre block is this European-inspired family paradise positioned along Boston Road. In addition to a tennis court, large freshwater heated pool, resort-style poolside pavilion, and tennis court, the property boasts 901-square-meters of light-filled living and entertainment space. Featuring imported Italian roof tiles, Italian terracotta, blackbutt parquetry flooring and a full cedar joinery office, this lavish mansion exudes opulence.

The property is accepting expressions of interest.

496 Boston Road, Chandler, Qld 4155

11 The Chase Road, Turramurra, NSW 2074

Filled with leafy parks, trendy cafes and high-achieving schools, Turramurra is a haven for families looking to settle down a short drive out of the Sydney CBD. Recording a population of 20,251 and a median age of 45, the suburb primarily attracts couples with children working in professional occupations.

Driven by 16.3 per cent growth in the past year, the median house price in Turramurra is A$3,197,500. In the past three years, properties in the locale have only continued to increase in price, with the average price tag for a Turramurra home growing by more than A$1 million from 2020 prices. In June this year, the suburb saw 33 listings come to market, each spending an average of 23 days before being sold.

Custom built by Homestead Homes, this exceptional new family oasis is located just moments from village shops and dining. Exuding Hamptons-inspired luxury, the residence features sophisticated herringbone flooring, intricate wainscotting, high ceilings, a gourmet kitchen and a poolside haven.

This Turramurra family home is scheduled to go to auction on October 15 at 4pm.

11 The Chase Road, Turramurra, NSW 2074

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