Popular North Shore suburbs recorded some of the highest median gross property sale profits in Sydney during the second half of 2015.
Today the Baird government announced that North Shore councils: Ryde, Lane Cove and Hunters Hill will merge.
A vacant lot in Sydney North Shore suburb, Lane Cove North, has defied the market slowdown by selling at auction for $21.1 million.
Everything old is new again – and that is certainly true for three North Shore suburbs which are on the up and up with hipster home buyers.
On July 13 the Lane Cove Council approved the South St Leonards masterplan to allow for high density homes and recently ten owners in one small pocket have all put their homes up for sale.
Sydney’s North Shore pulled in some mixed results with a Lane Cove residence attracting around 150 people and selling at $2.38 million which was almost $500,000 more than the price guide.