The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data
The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

A Queensland estate beat out blue chip Sydney offerings to secure the most expensive sale of this week, according to RP Data. 

The Fig Tree Pocket home in Brisbane's South West (pictured above) secured $8.25 million.

RP Data suggest that another Queensland home came in second place for the week, with a $4.5 million sale for a Cleveland house. However, it looks like it was beat by a Georgian-inspired Toorak mansion, which sold for $6.01 million on the weekend (pictured below). 

Toorak home with medium density potential fetches $6.01 million

RP Data's top 10 sales of the week:

  1. 15 Ningana Street, Fig Tree Pocket, QLD

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    Barrambin, a sprawling 9, 991 square metre waterfront estate, sold through Adcock Prestige Brisbane for $8.25 million. The expansive five bedroom, seven bathroom home designed by Osterfield and Johnson is set around a central pool.

    The estate includes a tennis court, gardens, a fruit orchard, two fresh water lakes (with fish, turtles and crayfish), a music room, sauna and air conditioned wine cellar.

  2. 8 Sentinel Court, Cleveland, QLD

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    This five-bedroom contemporary home sold through Ray White Cleveland for $4.5 million. Set on 1426 square metres with a private marina berth, the home has views over Moreton Bay.

    The double brick home has four bathrooms, limestone floors, a marble kitchen and wine cellar, with a swimming pool.

  3. 13 Oxford Street, Malvern, VIC
    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    Mororo is a brick Edwardian home, built around 1901. The four-bedroom house was sold at auction on June 21 by Marshall White Armadale for $4.225 million.

    The four bedroom house, set on 1,125 square metres, has floor boards throughout, with open fireplaces. The property was held by the vendors for almost 34 years. They purchased it for $188,000 in 1980. 

  4. 210 Albert Road, Strathfield, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    Simeon Manners Property Mosman sold this six bedroom house for $3.8 million, which was below its price guidance. According to the agents, the trophy home was built “in accordance with Feng Shui principles”.

    The house has six bedrooms and six bathrooms, a formal living and dining area with wet bar, a gym, sauna and steam room.

  5. 57 Boronia Road Bellevue Hill, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    This Bellevue Hill home was sold through Laing + Simmons Double Bay and Raine & Horne Double Bay for $3.7 million.

    The Hamptons inspired home with a double fronted Federation façade has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The master has garden access, a walk in robe and full spa en suite.

  6.  47 Cambridge Street, Paddington, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    Westbury, a four-bedroom house, sold at auction on June 21 by McGrath Estate Agents for $3.437 million.

    The Victorian Italianate terrace with north east rear aspect was built around 1889. Set over three levels, the home opens with a marble entry hall and has an attic retreat. The vendors bought the home for $3 million four years ago.

  7. 46 Mary Street, Hunters Hill, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    McGrath Estate Agents auctioned this home this weekend, securing $3.28 million. The six-bedroom house is an extended circa 1880s sandstone cottage.

    The home is set on a 1,233 square metre block across the street from St Joseph’s college. Indoors, there are six open fireplaces, French limestone and iron bark floors. Outside, there is a heated pool and spa. Set on 1,233 square metresVendors held onto the house for 21 years. They purchased it for $530,000 in 1993. .

  8. 39 Townson Street, Blakehurst, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    This five-bedroom house was sold through Gavan Property St George for $3 million. The house has tripled in value in six years – the vendors bought the property for $970,000 in 2008.

    While four of the five bedrooms are already substantial offerings, with en suites and private balconies, the master bedroom is “apartment sized”, with an en suite with double spa, a private balcony and secure keypad access. Outside, there is a substantial covered entertaining area and pool.

  9. 21 Black Street, Vaucluse, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    This modest home was auctioned on June 21 by Sotheby's International Realty and Belle Property, selling for $2.907 million.

    The unrenovated single storey home was purchased 31 years by the owners, who paid $307,500 in 1983. Set on 727 square metres of land, the house with ocean views has five bedrooms and two bathrooms.

  10. 90 Collins Road, St Ives, NSW

    The 10 most expensive sales of the week: RP Data

    Chadwick Real Estate St Ives sold this house prior to auction for $2.88 million. Set on a 1353 square metre plot, this home in Sydney’s North Shore has five double bedrooms, plus a study or sixth bedroom, and two bathrooms. Outside, there’s a heated pool and spa in a big sunny north facing backyard.
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