Darling Point had highest median value in CoreLogic's best list in 2017

Darling Point had highest median value in CoreLogic's best list in 2017
Darling Point had highest median value in CoreLogic's best list in 2017

Darling Point had a great year. Its 12 sales triggered a $5.6 million best median price place on CoreLogic top list of 2017.

Dawes Point topped the apartments list.

Point Piper was excluded from calculations as it did not see the sale of 10 or more houses, but it did rank third with apartments.

Darling Point house sales included a four bedroom at 14 Thornton Street that fetched $7.06 million.

Houses                        Sales Volume Medium Value                                         

NSW Darling Point Woollahra 12 $5,682,520        

NSW Vaucluse Woollahra 86 $5,471,853               

NSW Bellevue Hill Woollahra 68 $5,316,587             

Vic Toorak Stonnington 124 $4,761,631                   

NSW Longueville Lane Cove 37 $4,259,644             

NSW Tamarama Waverley 14 $4,254,666                 

NSW Dover Heights Waverley 36 $4,133,440           

NSW Mosman Mosman 259 $4,041,599                    

NSW Double Bay Woollahra 12 $3,994,114               

NSW Mcmahons Point North Sydney 20 $3,980,169  

Units 

NSW Dawes Point Sydney 13 $3,176,621

NSW Barangaroo Sydney 12 $3,119,329

NSW Point Piper Woollahra 25 $2,989,216

NSW Darling Point Woollahra 85 $2,292,686

NSW The Rocks Sydney 30 $2,025,499

NSW Millers Point Sydney 41 $1,810,199

NSW Cabarita Canada Bay 15 $1,766,719

NSW Seaforth Manly 18 $1,672,213

NSW Palm Beach Pittwater 11 $1,626,911

NSW Milsons Point North Sydney 42 $1,620,837

 

 

 

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Median Price Darling Point, Sydney

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