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Swanning by the park in Sydney’s west

A rare parkside double block goes under the hammer in Sydney’s west this weekend

Wed, Nov 23, 2022 8:00amGrey Clock 2 min

As first homebuyers look for more creative solutions to getting a foot on the property ladder, the search is on for sites with potential to go from real estate ‘ugly ducklings’ into dream home ‘swans’. 

A double site 1 and 1A Donald Street in Yennora in Sydney’s west offers the opportunity to do just that.

Backing onto Knight Park, the 1,575 sqm double blocks will be sold in a straight line this Saturday, November 26, offering potential for two separate dwellings on a freehold subdivision.

Just 550m from Old Guildford Public School and 1km from Yennora Station, these two sites are ripe for redevelopment, representing the chance to build the perfect family home on one block and maintain the other for passive income, or redevelop both and reap the profits. 

Under the Fairfield Council LEP, the sites are zoned R2, Low Density Residential, ensuring that you and your neighbours can enjoy the same laidback lifestyle free from over development and overshadowing.

Given the median house price in Yennora is $922,500, according to Smart Property Investment, this property’s $1.3 million price guide from Town & Country Real Estate Merrylands could offer excellent value for the right buyer.


Address: 1 & 1A Donald Street, Yennora 

Price guide: $1.3 million

Open for inspection: 2.30pm Saturday, November 26 

Auction: 3pm Saturday, November 26

Agent: Elie Kaltoum 0413 764 648


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After the past few years, it’s tempting to pack everything up and get away from it all. But if you’re dreaming of leaving city living behind, there’s the question of creating income.

For cashed up, business savvy buyers, this property could be just the ticket – especially if they like horses.

Argentille at 283 Wilderness Road, Lovedale has been operating as a successful luxury holiday and wellness destination with accommodation for up to 20 people.

Set over 46 acres, it offers first class equine facilities, as well as a spacious gym and wellness centre with pilates and yoga rooms, massage spaces and infrared saunas.

The equine facilities include a 2000sqm indoor arena with grandstand seating as well as a well-appointed outdoor arena.

In terms of accommodation, there’s a two-bedroom loft apartment and two separate stable rooms in addition to the four-bedroom main residence overlooking the pool, manicured gardens and farm beyond.

While the property feels like it is a million miles from care, it’s set within the desirable wine-growing region of the NSW Hunter Valley with easy access to a wide selection of restaurants, cafes and golf courses. It also has 4G coverage, and is a short drive from nearby primary and high schools.

Argentille would suit a variety of uses as a ready-to-go business with excellent ratings or a luxury estate for the right buyer looking to develop it further. 


‘Argentille’ 283 Wilderness Road, Lovedale

Price guide: $11.75m to $12.75m

Open for inspection: By appointment

For sale by expressions of interest

Agent: McGrath Upper Hunter – Michael Burke, 0429 692 454



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