Final two Millers Point properties on the market

Final two Millers Point properties on the market
Final two Millers Point properties on the market

The final two government-owned Millers Point properties are set to go under the hammer.

The marketing for the properties at 65 and 69 Lower Fort Street has commenced, with an auction date scheduled for November 3.

Split over four levels, the terraces date to circa 189 and are heritage listed.

The last remaining properties in the Millers Point program are expected to attract strong interest due to their size, location and heritage significance.

So far, $513 million worth of properties have been offloaded by McGrath since the Millers Point Sales Program began in 2014. 

The properties are being marketed by McGrath’s Lorraine Crawford and Peter Starr of McGrath Edgecliff.

Crawford said they offered an opportunity to purchase an original home of rich architectural heritage in a unique part of Sydney

“They offer a restoration opportunity that will reward buyers with an enviable lifestyle in a highly sought-after location,” she said.

“Millers Point continues to evolve as a fashionable address, attracting a diverse range of buyers from home owners to investors.

“Previous purchasers have recently completed their renovations and the precinct has developed a real sense of community as owner occupiers appreciate the attractive lifestyle of living in such a special part of the city.” 

 Final two Millers Point properties on the market

65 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point, NSW (pictured above)

Guide $2,600,000 - $2,800,000

 Final two Millers Point properties on the market

69 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point, NSW (pictured above)

Guide $2,600,000 - $2,800,000

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