Double Bay apartment secures most expensive sale

Double Bay apartment secures most expensive sale
Double Bay apartment secures most expensive sale

CoreLogic RP Data's weekly update shows the biggest sale of last week came from Double Bay.

It was 9/45 Cross Street which fetched $4 million after previously being 2014 rental at $2,200 per week (below).

It came up for sale with $4.2 million hopes in mid-2015.

Double Bay apartment secures most expensive sale

Located in 'the Gallery' and marketed as a prominent cosmopolitan residence by selling agents Tom Murray and Julian Hasemer of 1st City, the three bedroom apartment featured a large north facing terrace.

Last traded for $3.7 million in 2009, the architecturally designed apartment features a streamlined gourmet kitchen, a separate family room with terrace and a master suite with terrace.

The apartment block has a communal gym, spa, sauna and heated lap pool.

The next dearest national sale was a five bedroom house in Seaforth (below).

Double Bay apartment secures most expensive sale

The vendor was the selling agent Ian Fox of McGrath, who was helped sell his family home at 62 Edgecliffe Esplanade with fellow McGrath agent David Rothschild.

They secured a $3.16 million sale despite hoping for $3.25 million when it was first listed over two months ago.

Previously traded for $1.45 million in 2000 and set on 927 sqm, the architecturally designed home features a barbecue alfresco area which overlooks designer gardens and a heated pool.

The house comes with self-contained accommodation with a private entry, something Ian Fox advertised as the 'in-law accommodation'.

 

3. 35 Aitchander Road, Ryde, New South Wales - $2.575 million

4. 53 Regent Street, Paddington, New South Wales - $2.54 million 

5. 66 Parthenia Street, Dolans Bay, New South Wales - $2.3 million

6. 4/2 West Crescents Point, McMahons Point, New South Wales - $2.2 million

7. 27 Seaview Road, Tennyson, South Australia - $2.1 million

8. 1 Bay Street, Coogee, New South Wales - $2.05 million

9. 38 Alfred Street, Ramsgate Beach, New South Wales - $2 million

10. 27 Royal Oak Place, West Pennant Hills, New South Wales - $1.86 million

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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