Ray Hadley lists Dural acreage

Ray Hadley lists Dural acreage
Ray Hadley lists Dural acreage

When 2GB broadcaster Ray Hadley commissioned a drone to hover above his dress circle Hills district acreage, the neighbourhood quickly sensed something was afoot.

It is after all the tell-tale sign of an imminent real estate listing - an emerging marketing necessity. 

"I have decided to put my home at Dural on the market," Hadley subsequently confirmed.

Andrew Blamey at Rance Blamey kicks off the marketing this week with photo's by Jayden Halford's Next Level Aerial.

The two home, 5.4 acre listing comes with anticipated interest from multi-generational families with a desire for a horse agistment paddock. 

It has a 120-square (1115sq m), five-bedroom Denton Homes-built house set amid Rolling Stone Landscaped gardens with two-street ­access.

The property comes also with a fully restored farmhouse, which dates to 1919 when it was built by the Sagars family, who owned all the surrounding farm land.

Dural acreage prices regularly sell for $5 million, and recently $6 million, according to CoreLogic RP Data.

Don't say that I told you, but that huge neighbouring house is former Myer retailing boss, Bernie Brookes' home.  

This article was first published in The Saturday Daily Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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