Also this week, the redundant Dover Heights home of Channel Seven television personality Larry Emdur sold through Daniel Baran and Reece Coleman of BHR Estate Agents – nine months after the Weonga Road property was listed for sale.
When Emdur listed the extensively renovated P&O-style house with another agent last September, its price hopes were more than $5 million and it failed to sell.
During the … Continue Reading »
Posted on 8th July, 2012 in At the Opens, Market talks, Real Estate News, Selling Tips, Suburb Profile by
By Jonathan Chancellor, propertyobserver.com.au Wednesday, 04 July 2012
The redundant Dover Heights home of Channel Seven Price Is Right presenter Larry Emdur – passed in on a $3.8 million vendor bid at its May auction attempt – has been sold.
No sale price has been revealed by the gameshow host.
It’s taken nine months – with the ocean clifftop property initially listed for sale late last … Continue Reading »
Posted on 7th July, 2012 in Uncategorized by
Exquisitely finished and impeccably presented 30 Weonga Road, Dover Heights is a magnificent coastal residence occupies a commanding clifftop position overlooking the Pacific. Wrapped in mesmerising 180 degree views, an innovative, bespoke architectural redesign by Andre Baroukh in honour of its P&O heritage has transformed this exclusive, private retreat into a unique entertainer’s nirvana.
Step inside, and you are presented with the dramatic panorama of the … Continue Reading »
Posted on 30th April, 2012 in Uncategorized by
The number of suburbs with a median house or unit price of $1 million or more fell by -13.8% in 2011 compared to 2010, with the result reflective of the weak performance of the premium housing market over the year.
Over the 2011 calendar year, 194 suburbs across the country had a median house price of $1 million or more. To be considered for the list, the suburb had to have at least 10 sales over … Continue Reading »
Posted on 16th March, 2012 in Uncategorized by
There’s very few places in Sydney that can command the coastal and city views like Dover Heights.
First settled in the early 1800s by market gardeners, Dover Heights was named for the imposing sandstone cliffs which are a major feature of the suburb and were said to resemble the cliffs of Dover in England. Retail pioneer Daniel Cooper was one of the first landowners in the … Continue Reading »
Posted on 13th March, 2012 in Property Search, Real Estate News by
With many of its expansive homes enjoying stunning views across the harbour to the CBD or east to the ocean, this affluent family suburb is nestled between the bustle of Bondi and the genteel sophistication of Vaucluse and Rose Bay.
Vaucluse Public School
Cambridge Avenue, Vaucluse
P 9337 2672
Secondary – co-ed
Rose Bay Secondary College
Partially selective, Year 8 – 12
Hardy Street, Dover Heights
P … Continue Reading »
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