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A Mayfield house painstakingly transformed by fruit and vegetable wholesaler John Rarity has hit the market for the first time in two decades.
Timeless: The Mayfield house on the corner block is a short walk to buses and the village hub and is zoned for Mayfield East Public School. A Coles supermarket is planned for the end of the street.
First National Newcastle City’s Andrew and Renee McKiernan have listed the three bedroom house on 309 square metres at 61 Havelock Street for between $600,000 and $650,000, which they said was “the right price bracket” for first home buyers. “We had at least 20 email inquiries in its first two days on the market,” Mr McKiernan said. “We’re thinking it’s going to be really well received at the open. It’s in the right bracket for first home buyers and ticks all the boxes and is full of character. Mayfield is still fairly affordable and is going to see growth over time.”
The Rarity Wholesale foundersaid he bought the more-than-100-year-old house about 20 years ago. He renovated and lived at the property for about 15 years, before leasing it for about five years. He has spent the past six months doing internal and external painting, addinga new kitchen with floating floor and installingnew carpet. “The best feature for me is the timber decking off the dining area,” he said. “The French doors open up and it’s always nice to have a summer day’s shade in the afternoon, plus the breeze coming through. It’s a double brick home and has really good insulation, it’s cool in summer and warm in winter. It’s got great karma and a good feel about it.” The house also has a lounge room;family, dining and kitchen area;a rear covered entertainment area overlooking private lawns; and a stand alone garage. It is open from 2pm on Saturday.
MASTERPIECEA five bedroom sanctuary boasting a tropical inspired courtyard and lap pool has been listed for between $2.25 million and $2.495 million. RobinsonProperty’s Ben Robinson and LyndallAllan will open67 Frederick Street Merewether, which is just 300 metres from the beach, from 12pm on Saturday. “Knock down rebuild blocks of a similar size close by are selling for up to $1.9 million,” Ms Allan said. “You could not replace what’s there for this sort of price.”
Sleek: The architecturally designed and custom built Merewether house on 278 square metres was constructed 10 years ago. The owners are building elsewhere.
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