Home in the Hamptons: A contemporary and comfortable residence in the heart of Kellyville
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Home in the Hamptons: A contemporary and comfortable residence in the heart of Kellyville

This stylish family home combines a classic palette and finishes with a flexible floorplan

By Josh Bozin
Thu, Mar 14, 2024 7:00amGrey Clock 2 min

The suburban neighbourhood of Kellyville, NSW, might be just under an hour from your nearest beach—like Bondi, Manly and Dee Why—but that’s not to say one can’t own a home with true Hamptons-style aesthetics. Because, that’s exactly what you’ll find here at 11 Acres Road.

Thanks to a brand new renovation that’s plentiful in its modern offerings, it’s hard to go past the quality and attention to detail that has been given to this large and spacious suburban home. While providing that sense of luxury, it also has a sense of warmth and welcome; this is truly a home suitable for families, but also for those that appreciate the finer details in life.

You’ll find four large bedrooms—including two masters with ensuites, one upstairs and one downstairs—as well as a total of three bathrooms and a circular driveway for three cars; the ability for spacious living is immediately apparent. Multiple living areas are fitted out with European oak flooring, giving a sense of effortless Hamptons style-meets-suburban chic. There’s a lavishly renovated kitchen with Carrara marble finishings—a home cook’s dream—plus a covered alfresco with a wood fired pizza oven, guaranteed to appeal to those with a penchant for entertaining.

This home comes with a sizeable backyard that’s ready for a bevy of activities, from gardening to backyard cricket (and more). Ducted aircon will heat and cool the home throughout, and for those chilly winter nights, enjoy a custom-made fireplace of the highest quality craftsmanship.

As always, location is paramount in one’s search for the perfect property. Located just minutes from the zoned Kellyville Primary and High School, as well as public transport to the city, 11 Acres Road ticks all the right boxes in terms of affordability, location and style.

Address: 1 Acres Road, Kellyville NSW

Price guide: $1.9 million

Auction: March 23, 2024

Agent: Peter Pokorny, 0400 243 687 at McGrath

 



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Byron Bay property data signals a decline in values for regional prestige markets

By KANEBRIDGE NEWS
Wed, May 17, 2023 2 min

Properties on the NSW far north coast have lost almost half the value they gained during the pandemic, CoreLogic results show.

The property data provider’s Regional Market Update has revealed a fall of -24.2 percent in the Richmond-Tweed region, which takes in regional prestige markets including Byron Bay, Bangalow and Brunswick Heads, over the year to April. During COVID, prices in the region rose by 51 percent. The Richmond-Tweed also saw the greatest rates of vendor discounting at -7.9 percent and the biggest fall in annual sales activity at -39.9 percent.

CoreLogic noted that following the surge in values during the pandemic, where working remotely became normalised and buyers sought refuge in regional areas, the area had experienced severe flooding, as well as the impacts of rising costs of living.

Southern regions of NSW also took a hit, with house values falling in the Southern Highlands by -16 percent and the Illawarra by -13.7 percent. The Southern Highlands also recorded the longest time to sell on the market at a median of 79 days.

CoreLogic Australia economist Kaytlin Ezzy said the results were not surprising.

 “Over the past year, premium lifestyle markets have been hardest hit by softer market conditions and rate increases,” she said. 

“These markets were among the largest beneficiaries of regional migration through the COVID-induced upswing and, as a result, became significantly more sensitive to the rising cost of debt and the normalisation in regional migration trends.” 

However, not all regional prestige markets experienced the same downturn in values. The south east region in South Australia, including Kangaroo Island, the Fleurieu Peninsula and the Limestone Coast saw values increase by 10.8 percent over the year to April.

There was less volatility recorded in more affordable regional areas, with mild declines recorded.

“Despite two interest rate rises over the first few months of the year, these markets offer relative affordability, have low listing levels, increased regional migration inflows and strong economic activity off the back of mining, agriculture and tourism. This has all helped support mild value growth,” Ms Ezzy said. 

“Values are influenced by more than just interest rates, such as stock levels, migration, local economic factors and an improvement in consumer sentiment, which are helping to stabilise values across some regional markets.” 

 

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