Glebe’s Terrace Houses are a charming reminder of Sydney’s past but owning and renovating one comes with many hurdles.
Suburbs bordering Newcastle CBD like Newcastle East, The Hill and Cooks Hill are home to a fine collection of Victorian terrace houses. These three and two-storey terrace houses are a powerful reminder of Newcastle’s rich history and much work has gone into maintaining their integrity. Continue reading “Common Problems With Newcastle’s Terrace Houses”
Set back from its Trinity Avenue address, Darling House, is considered the crown jewel of Millers Point. The well-manicured gardens lead the eye up to this landmark building with its gorgeous Victorian Georgian façade.
In 1961, the sale of Vaucluse mansion ‘Werribree’ set the Sydney price record when it sold for £41,000. The solidly built, World War I era home was then bought by Peter Aldred, a decorated airman who founded the concrete company Cementaid International.
Vendor, Lawrence Tong, watched as his family home of almost 50 years was sold in a matter of seconds for $2.43 million.
Paddington’s iconic Windsor Castle Hotel is not only a much loved landmark but also the price record holder for this glamorous Eastern Suburb.
Redfern doesn’t always get the best wrap but this new warehouse conversion on George Street is certainly getting a tick of approval from critics, locals and buyers.
Cricket season is in full swing and what could any cricket lover want more than a few Test wins?
Russell Street in Granville is set to receive a much needed cash injection as part of Parramatta Council’s better neighbourhood program.
On Monday the 9th of November, the palatial manor residence Leura sold for more than $30 million marking it as the highest sale in Bellevue Hill’s history.