Property Watch: Home in Thomas Street, Dudley set to break $1million mark

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A rare find in Dudley: Thomas Street set for first $1m home PLENTY TO OFFER: This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.
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This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

This Dudley home is set on a large corner block and retains its period charm but has a modern extension plus a separate double garage with loft.

TweetFacebookFIRST LOOK AT NEUFORT WICKHAMThe first render has been released for Wickham’s newest planned residential development.

Neufort Wickham,at12 Railway Lane, comprises 135 apartments – 12 studios, 23 one-bedroom and 100 two-bedroom apartments –plus retail and commercial space.

PRDnationwide Newcastle & Lake Macquarie are marketing the Blake Organisation development and are seeking expressions of interest in a pre-launch phase.

The project has been designed by EJE Architecture.

UNVEILED: An artist’s impression of how new 135-apartment development Neufort Wickham, on Railway Street, will look.

‘ENTRY LEVEL’ IN ROWAN CRESCENTTwo 1960s homesin Merewether’s sought-after Rowan Crescent are on the market for the first time and should attract plenty of attention.

Andrew McGavin, of Dalton Partners, is marketing 42A through an expressions of interest campaign with an “entry level” price guide of $1.1 million.

The view from 42A Rowan Crescent, Merewether which has been is being sold for the first time.

Robinson Property’s Mike Flookis marketing No.4 with a guide of $1.4 million to $1.5 million and will take it to auction on April 28.

PRDnationwide’s Mark Kentwell sold a home in Rowan Crescent which overlooks Gibbs Brothers Ovallast month for $2.09 million. Three sales last yearrangedfrom$1.1 million to $2.6 million, according to n Property Monitors data.

This home at 4 Rowan Crescent, Merewether is being sold for the first time since being built in the 1960s.

VIEWS ON OFFER IN CITY APARTMENTSRoslyn Knight, of Chapman Property, is marketing a two-bedroom apartment in The Acculon complex on Hunter Street with a price guide of$892,000 to $930,000. It has views of Christ Church Cathedral.

Walkom’s Kathie Bowtell has listed a four-bedroom subpenthouse apartment with harbour views in the coveted north-east corner of Newcastle’s Harbour Pier building. It hasa price guide of $2.3 million.

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LOCAL PRD AGENTS PICK UP AWARDSNewcastle and Lake Macquarie were named No.1 office in andMark Kentwell the No.1 selling principal at the PRDNational Conference and Awards night in Brisbane on March 23. Dane Queenan, from PRDnationwide’s Port Stephens office, was acknowledged as the nation’s No.1 salesperson.

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