One buyer has started 2019 off with a bang, snapping up a one-bedroom harbourside apartment in McMahons Point for $810,000.
The result is the first recorded sale on the lower north shore for this calendar year, after it was marked sold on January 3.
On the market through McMahons Point Real Estate’s Craig Litchfield and Scott Isaac, 72/90 Blues Point Rd, was originally listed with a $800,000-$830,000 price guide, according to CoreLogic.
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The sale was a long time coming after it had been on the market for 77 days, after Mr Litchfield and Mr Isaac switched from an auction campaign to a private treaty sale.
Located in the “Harbourmaster” complex, the renovated apartment offers plenty of floorspace with 73sqm on title.
It also offers views of the Harbour, Berrys Bay and Balls Head Reserve. The growing North Sydney skyline can also be seen from the balcony.
The property was being pitched at executives looking to be close to their office and the area’s vibrant cafe and restaurant scene.
For executives, the apartment was within easy reach of the city, thanks to ferries departing from McMahons Point wharf and North Sydney train station a 10 minute walk away.
The apartment comes with airconditioning built-in wardrobe, single car park space, internal laundry and electric cooktop.
Records show that the property previously traded hands in 1991 for $176,000.
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