Three of our favourite homes open for inspection in Sydney have more than good design on their side.
This red-brick residence is more than meets the eye. Behind its traditional facade, a huge kitchen and dining area dominates the ground floor, leading to a pebbled courtyard.
Upstairs, a terrace looks out over Camperdown Memorial Rest Park.
You can opt to use Eva-Marie Prineas' completed architectural plans or just enjoy as is.
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As this Bayview house demonstrates, design often sings when there is a close collaboration between owner, architect and builder.
Steel and concrete create a contemporary feel, while floor-to-ceiling glass make Pittwater and the surrounding greenery seem like an extension of the interiors.
There's plenty of room for family and friends across the home's three levels.
Nick Scarf of Re/Max Property Specialists has set the auction date on October 21.
There's waterfront, and then there's 209 Woolooware Road.
The property is not only positioned directly on Burraneer Bay, but it also has a garden path leading to a private jetty, pontoon and boathouse.
If you aren't a boating fan, convert this space into a guest house or hideaway den.
Highland Property Agents Cronulla agent Laura McKay has the listing.