Domain has scoured through the listings to bring you three of the best open homes worth seeing this Saturday in Sydney.
The top of the property pile come this week from Scotland Island, Drummoyne and Glebe. Scotland Island
$3 million – $3.3 million
Scotland Island attracts all walks of life, a factor that agent Therese O’Neill says makes for a vibrant, close-knit community “where you can be yourself”.
But the private nature of this waterfront residence means that you can also retreat into your own space, surrounded by bushland and with your own boatshed and pontoon.
Residential Real Estate is leading the sale. The home represents the ultimate private getaway. Photo: Supplied
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This Victorian manor is a keeper, with only three families owning it since it was built in 1896.
The Laurels shows off Queen Anne and Edwardian characteristics with period features well maintained. 53 Thompson Street, Drummoyne NSW. Photo Supplied
An open-plan extension leads out to a generous courtyard and child-friendly garden.
Warwick Williams Real Estate’s Conor Allen is holding the auction on November 11. A generously-proportioned courtyard leads to a level lawn. Photo: Supplied
See more of 53 Thompson Street hereGlebe
Not many people can say they call a converted stable their home, especially one in such a premier location.
This unusual property is just off Glebe Point Road, where with its myriad of cafes and bars you will never be hungry, thirsty or bored. 58 Derwent Lane, Glebe NSW. Photo: Supplied
Exposed brick, timber-panelled walls and cool concrete flooring are found across the home’s two levels.
Catch this one at its auction on November 11, with Jack Parry of BresicWhitney Balmain. Exposed brick and timber-panelled walls define the interiors. Photo: Supplied
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