Record price in Sans Souci and across Sydney

Record price in Sans Souci and across Sydney
Record price in Sans Souci and across Sydney

Raby, Surry Hills, Mount Annan. It's not just harbourfronts that set fresh price records across Sydney during the blockbuster spring selling season.

Stellar prices have been paid in suburbs north, south, east and west, all caught in the wave that sees Sydney's annual price growth at 13 percent higher than the same time last year.

Another record price seems likely tomorrow when a lavish Abbotsford home goes to auction having been listed by spiritual healers Mina and Yvon Attia.

Waterfront homes continue to carry the required cache for record prices, but they needn't look out onto the Sydney Harbour Bridge. 

A six bedroom waterfront at Sans Souci smashed the suburb record when it sold last month for $9,105,000, bettering the previous record by over $3 million.

McGrath agent Liam Tsaprazis secured the sale of the home, complete with boating facilities including a slipway.

The four level home with views of Kogarah Bay features a state of the art cinema. Plus pool and spa.

Mount Annan has just seen its first sale over $1 million.

Record price in Sans Souci and across Sydney

The six bedroom home opposite Mount Anna Botanic Gardens fetched $1.07 million when it sold last month.

A granny flat sits on the large 1,187 sqm parcel.

A grand family residence with six living areas in Raby has fetched $1.36 million, its first sale since 1986 when it traded for $64,000.

Set on a vast 5,356 sqm block, the grand family residence has six bedrooms, three bathrooms and a salt water swimming pool. 

Of course Altona, one of Sydney's most iconic trophy homes, fetched just over $60 million in a recent deal, beating its own prior suburb record when it sold for $52 million in 2013.

It ranks as second place in Australia's most expensive homes, behind James Packer's hillside Vaucluse home, La Mer, that sold for $70 million last year.

A Drummoyne waterfront set a suburb record when it sold for $8.05 million in September.

The four bedroom home, that last traded for $1.5 million in 1998, was advertised by Ward Partner's agent Matthew Ward for potential buyers to "start preparing to host a New Year's Even party."

North of the bridge the Berlin-bound Justin Reizes, who recently retired as head of equities giant Kohlberg Karvis Roberts, set the Northbridge record again when he sold his home for $15.25 million.

He set the record in 2008, which has stood until its recent sale, when he bought the six bedroom, five bathroom home for $9.08 million. 

The Coolawin Road home is set on a private beach with a boatshed and pontoon on 1700 sqm. 

It's actually the third time the home has set the record, having sold for $7.13 million in 2003 by the Salteri family.

Not far away a five bedroom luxury home in Middle Cove broke the suburb record when it sold under the hammer for $4,315,000 through local agent Mark O'Brien.

The 2010 build with a heated swimming pool and sunken eight person spa is the first in the suburb to surpass the $4 million mark, blitzing the previous $3,575,000 set in 2008.

There were no suburb records for Mosman this spring, however they did achieve their highest auction sale ever when a Morella Road home sold for $14.5 million.

Set overlooking Chowder Bay home on Sydney's lower north shore it was bought for $14.5 million by a Chinese-origin buyer with residency. 

Non-waterfront homes are also setting records across the city.

A home in Kyle Bay broke the suburb record for a non-waterfront when it sold for $3.78 million.

Set on 1,012 sqm, the five bedroom home captures a vista across Kyle Bay from its three levels and infinity pool.

Record price in Sans Souci and across Sydney

Strathfield saw two record setters within a month, the first equalling the record, the second blowing it out of the water.

A four bedroom Newton Road home sold for $6.8 million in August, a joint record price that had stood since 2014.

But less than a month later the $6.8 million sale was smashed by a vast eight bedroom Llandilo Avenue grand manor with swimming pool that sold for $7.3 million. 

The Belrose record is set to be broken with the listing of Kameraigal which has a price guide of $8.75 million.

It appared in the fifth season of the television series Underbelly starring Jonathan LaPaglia being shot in the house in 2012.

A Kurraba Point record was broken earlier this week when a renovated three bedroom Penshurt Avenue home sold for $4,275,000, breaking the suburb's townhouse record.

It was sold by Flavour of India founder Lola Crossingham who will now move onto another property project.

The first spring Saturday saw a record warehouse sale in Surry Hills, where The Carriageworks sold for $7.95 million, which bettered the prior record of $7.55 million set in 2015.

The mid 19th century warehouse was reinvented by renowned designers Hare & Klein comprises three levels, four bedrooms and an artist's studio.

This article appeared in the Saturday Daily Telegraph.

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