This sophisticated and sustainable residence has won awards on both a national and international stage and was opened by Lord Mayor of Sydney back in 2014.
While the rest of Sydney’s clearance rates have kept below 70% for over a month, the Inner West has proven to be far more resilient with a clearance rate of 80%.
Plans to refresh Five Dock Town Centre have been in pipelines since June 2014 and they’ve just hit another problem with Canada Bay Council.
Two years ago the Marrickville Council mobilised the Perfect Match initiative which connects home owners that have been targeted by graffiti with talented graffiti artists.
This freestanding, three bedroom home in Marrickville is being sold at auction by the Marrickville Council to recoup unpaid rates.
Whilst the WestConnex motorway development might help Sydney locals create 9500+ jobs and bypass 52 traffic lights, it seems that the land acquisition team responsible for making offers on properties lying along the proposed route have bypassed fair market value in their offerings to home owners.
Property in Dulwich Hill appears to be on the rise since the light rail linked the inner west surburb to Sydney’s CBD in early April 2015.