Complete with a full size tennis court and pool, this house on Sydney’s upper north shore is proving a hit with potential buyers.
The resort-style home at 29 Korangi Rd, Pymble, beat properties across the state to become this week’s most viewed listing on realestate.com.au.
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Selling through Burns and Burns Real Estate via an expressions of interest campaign, the property is expected to fetch around $4 million.
Agent Andrew Burns said he wasn’t surprised by the popularity of the five-bedroom house, given how much interest he has had since a link to the property was first posted online last week.
“I have already received about 60 emails about it and Saturday was the first time I took people through as a bit of a preview — there have been 18 groups through it so far,” he said.
With another inspection scheduled for Sunday, the agent is expecting more owner occupiers to check it out.
He said the majority of interested parties have been families who are drawn to the property’s position, near the train station and sought-after schools including Pymble Public and Pymble Ladies College.
On a 1464 sqm parcel of land backing onto Friar’s Field, the property is private and bordered by manicured gardens.
To the left of the charming entry foyer is a separate loungeroom while further inside is an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space.
The kitchen features stone benchtops, Miele appliances, an induction cooktop and an island breakfast bar.
Bi-fold doors spanning 5m connect this common area to a covered timber deck that overlooks the tennis court and in-ground pool.
There is also a flat lawn, perfect for youngsters to run around on in any weather.
Back inside is a study, three bedrooms, and the main bathroom with heated floors and a freestanding bath.
On an upper level is another bedroom plus the main, featuring a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
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“Everything has been updated inside, especially the kitchen and bathroom, and the home has a really nice flow leading to that tennis court, all designed around a northerly aspect,” Mr Burns said.
CoreLogic records show the property last sold in 2016 for $2.23 million. It has since been held by the vendors, who completed the internal renovations.