A rare 306-acre parcel of land that takes up the eastern end of Goodwood Island in NSW is now available – and it comes with an enviable 6km of waterfront. The pristine waterfront on the Clarence River and North Arm stretches alongside the property, considered good cattle grazing land. There are also two fully-renovated two-bedroom dwellings and an outside entertaining area constructed between them, all of which have stunning river views. For more information view the listing here.
In an area set to be reborn as one of Perth’s most desirable urban neighbourhoods, Oracle Apartments will offer 22 floors of world-class architecture. A wide range of residences have been incorporated into the design, from studios to one and two-bedroom apartments, and three-bedroom penthouses. The interiors include first-class fittings, lush finishes and low-energy appliances. Each balcony is at least 10sqm, and cleverly designed blade walls ensure privacy and wind protection. Stunning views, natural light and ventilation are also key features. The building will be encased in sheer curtains of glass and topped with soaring blade elements, so controlled natural light will be available in virtually every internal space. Oracle Apartments are being designed as a new kind of urban community, with two common areas … Continue reading
Unique Estates have recently relisted one of the homes owned by Terry Peabody, the founder of Transpacific Industries, and his wife Mary. The six bedroom, six bathroom property in Moggill, QLD known as ‘White Waltham’ is one of Brisbane’s largest private residences, sitting as it does on over 4 hectares. The trophy residence was designed in the 1950s and comes with separate four-bedroom lodgings for staff. It also features a pool, two tennis courts, summer house, an orchard and a 300-metre waterfront. View the property video here.
A superb architectural transformation has re-invented this four bedroom home in Russell Lea, while retaining its original character. Designed to optimise space and natural light, it makes an exceptional home for the entertainer with a layout ideal for seamless indoor/outdoor living. The light filled open living area has heated concrete flooring, and there is a Vergola-covered barbecue patio and leafy garden outside. It features four large bedrooms including a master with open ensuite, a deluxe bathroom with freestanding tub and internal garden, ducted air conditioning, alarm, storage and secure car spaces. The property is scheduled for auction on May 30. View the property video here. Via The Real Estate Conversation
This magnificent four bedroom, four bathroom mansion, an excellent example of a high-tech home currently on the market, goes up for auction in Brighton East later this month. Blending spectacular indulgence with high tech edge over three levels, the property brings Boston Brownstone architecture to Bayside Melbourne. The property includes a bespoke gourmet stone and Miele kitchen with huge butlers pantry, outdoor music streaming and heated pool. It also has a basement “man cave” with surround sound, a games area with under-water window, gymnasium, cellar and six-car basement garage. This is all set amongst 800 square metres of beautifully landscaped surrounds. View the property video here. Via The Real Estate Conversation
The Colorado estate owned by Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise – a seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom getaway befitting one of the world’s most successful actors – has just been put on the market for a massive USD$59million (approximately AUS$76million). According to agents Sotheby’s International Realty, the Mission Impossible star has been too busy with movies and scientology to spend much time up there in the mountains, which is why he decided to sell. The estate, built in 1994, comes with a “warm and inviting main house and story-book guest house,” according to the listing, “situated upon a rise overlooking the region’s towering 14,000-foot peaks.” The listing also promises that film buffs can check out nearby Telluride Film Festival, or the Telluride Ski Resort described as “the #1 ski … Continue reading
A property that was awarded the prestigious ‘Australian Home of the Year’ and ‘Australian Custom Built Home of the Year’ titles by the Housing Industry Association is now under offer in Dalkeith, WA. The five-bedroom, three-bathroom and three-kitchen home, built by Giorgi Exclusive Homes, took on over 1,300 other properties across the country to earn the coveted prize. It also comes with home theatre, wine cellar, four-car garaging, heated infinity pool and more. The home is available through Space Real Estate – view the property here.
This luxurious heritage-listed Mount Eliza property named ‘Hendra’ – built for Sir Edgar Coles and his wife Dame Mabel, of the Coles family retailing dynasty – has recently sold for $7.25million via Aqua Real Estate. Hendra sits on over four acres, and was built for Sir Edgar in 1938 by prominent Melburnian architect Harry A Norris, whose “unusual and accomplished” interwar design included making the house boomerang shaped. As well as the championship-sized tennis court with self-contained pavilion, the gorgeous manicured gardens also hold an in-ground trampoline and a solar-heated pool overlooking Port Phillip Bay. View the property here.
A banker in Victoria, who attempted to purchase a property on televised renovation contest The Block using the proceeds of criminal insider trading scheme, has recently been jailed. It was revealed that the winning bidder, who won the auction of 3/47 O’grady Street in Albert Park during the finale of the series, was NAB banker Lukas Kamay, arrested over an alleged $7million insider trading scam. While executing a search warrant of Kamay’s workplace in Melbourne’s Bourke Street, the lease agreement on the luxury apartment renovated by Alisa & Lysandra during The Block Fans v Faves was one of the possessions seized. Kamay was arrested before the purchase could be complete. It is thought that Kamay had withdrawn $5million to pay for the apartment, and had already put down half a million … Continue reading
Perricoota Station, the historic 19th-century farm situated on the Murray River, has been “painstakingly restored” and relisted – including the homestead from c.1860. For the current $4.9million asking price the property – comprising of 120 hectares - comes with two kilometres of Murray River frontage, two guest cottages, stable complex, station outbuildings and more. Having been settled in 1843, the farm was converted to a site for breeding coach horses, with a large portion of the land sold to F.S. Falkiner & Sons in 1899. Perricoota Station includes the former packing shed, built in the 1920s, which has been converted into a ‘function space’. View the property video here.