Boutique Apartments In Bellevue Hill
Things are starting to heat up in the market post election with a stable government moving forward and recent financial incentives fuelling buyer confidence. We’re starting to see healthy numbers through our open homes proving that now is the best time to list as we’re seeing plenty of cashed up buyers ready to move.
This week we are shining the light on Bellevue Hill as we have listed a couple of fantastic apartments in the leafy, well-heeled suburb. Debbie Donnelley and Tristan Oddi’s listing at 1/23 Bellevue Road, Bellevue Hill saw 35 groups come through last Saturday’s first inspection, which serves as testament to the suburb’s broad appeal. Right in the heart of Bellevue Hill village, in a boutique collection above everyone’s favourite Pasta Pantry, the two-bedroom apartment features 125sqm of living space with two big terraces and parking on title.
Just down the road, on the genteel slopes of Bellevue Hill, Charlie Beaumont has just listed 1/85 Drumalbyn Road, Bellevue Hill. The sun-drenched boutique apartment is set on the front wing of an iconic modernist-style building framed by leafy treescape surrounds. The block of 10 was originally designed by Hungarian-born architect L.T. Rayner in 1957 with its avant-garde International Style design creating a bold statement in its day and now revamped by Melocco & Moore Architects retaining its signature design aesthetic.
Charlie says, “Bellevue Hill is pretty hot at the moment and we’re seeing loads of interest in the quality property that the suburb is renowned for. This two bedroom apartment in the landmark Baxter really is something special and in a great location. I just sold an off-market apartment a bit further up the road at 4/99 Drumalbyn Road after only one inspection so I’m expecting plenty of interest in this reinvented classic which I’ll be showing tomorrow from 10am to 10.30am.”