The Northern Territory news Sat 22 Sep 2018
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REALESTATE.COM.AU SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2018 REALESTATE 03 V1 - NTNE01Z01RE the rational brain. Dr Harrison said shoppers did not need to try to find the biggest bargain for every item. One persons bargain is another persons cheap product, he said. MARKET PLACE 6 2027/55 CAVENAGH STDARWIN CITYOFFERS OVER $270,000 This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is packed with features that will appeal to a wide range of buyers. SNAPSHOT NT NEWS MEDIAN PRICES HOUSES / $500,000 UNITS / $360,000 SALES TOP TEN SALES 1 15 Minahan Rd, Ross $1,250,000 2 10 Leichhardt Cr, Fannie Bay $980,000 3 27 Mirrakma Cr, Lyons $800,000 4 21 Weddell St, Parap $740,000 5 18 Savannah Dr, Leanyer $650,000 6 5408/5 Anchorage Ct, Darwin $620,000 7 9 Fish River Wy, Gunn $612,000 8 3 Maranungu St, Ludmilla $610,000 9 1/19 Bayview St, Fannie Bay $605,000 10 18 Graham St, Stuart Park $595,000 ON THE MARKET NUMBER OF PROPERTIES $0-$299,999 Houses 89 $0-$299,999 Units 169 $300,000-$499,999 Houses 384 $300,000-$499,999 Units 309 $500,000-$699,999 Houses 332 $500,000-$699,999 Units 96 $700,000-$999,999 Houses 131 $700,000-$999,999 Units 36 $1million+ Houses 37 $1million+ Units 11 TOP PRICE $1,250,000 15 Minahan Rd, Ross MEDIAN $425,000 22 Pedler Av, Gillen BARGAIN $170,000 4/111 Bloomfield St, Gillen PRIVATE TREATY 1880 LASTWEEK1867 AUCTIONS 44 LASTWEEK39 NEWLISTINGS 56 GENERAL TIMEON MARKET 81DAYS WOOLNER 26 JOLLY STREET 4 2 2 Northern Territory Sothebys International Realty May Dunlop 0421 037 034 Jamie Pollock 0418 855 511 Boasting four bedrooms and two bathrooms, this beautifully presented home is ideal for the city dweller with Darwins bustling CBD only five minutes away. LOCATED just moments from the spectacular Fannie Bay foreshore is this stunning double-storey home. Boasting four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the property features huge living areas, a sparkling swimming pool and an expansive covered patio outside that is perfect for entertaining friends and family. North Property NT sales and marketing consultant Kerri-Ann Laurence said there is no shortage of space at 22 Conigrave Street. This classy four bedroom home will accommodate the largest of families with plenty of space to spare, she said. It is immaculately presented throughout with a premium chefs kitchen and renovated main bathroom and master ensuite, and is ready and waiting for you to move straight in with nothing more to spend. Inside the home youll find a large open-plan family/dining area with study nook that steps down into the huge separate living area that features built-in shelving, a powder room and a storeroom under the stairs. Ms Laurence said the familys master chef will love the premium kitchen that boasts gas cooking and quality cabinetry. The dining and family areas both open to an enormous wrap around patio that provides ample alfresco entertaining space all year round and overlooks the fenced in-ground pool, she added. An internal staircase connects to the large upstairs living area, plus four generous bedrooms and the main bathroom. The master ensuite and main bathroom have both been superbly renovated with frameless glass showers and floor-to-ceiling tiles. There is also a walk-in robe to the master bedroom, built-in robes to the second and third bedrooms and balcony access to the third and fourth bedrooms. Ms Laurence said the location is among the finest in Darwin with markets, shops and schools nearby. ISABELLA HOOD Entertainers delight SUBURB: Fannie Bay ADDRESS: 22 Conigrave Street AGENCY: North Property NT AGENT: Kerri-Ann Laurence 0411 889 778 OPEN: Saturday 12pm to 12.30pm PRICE: $1,090,000 BEDROOMS: 4 BATHROOMS: 2 CARPARKS: 2 THEBESTBITS The long and short of it Looking high or low can be a good way to grab yourself bargains at the supermarket
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