Three days on the market for Lakelands home with ‘wow factor’ FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.
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FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

FAST MOVING: This unique residence in Lakelands was sold for $970,000 after just three days on the market.

TweetFacebookToronto project proves popularOver half of the 37 apartments in new Toronto development The Foreshore Lake Macquarie have been sold off the plan, including three three-bedroom waterfront residences for over $2.5 million.

Jason Maxwell, of Raine & Horne Newcastle, and Paul Avery, of Avery Property Professionals, are jointly marketing the absolute waterfront developmenton the former Hirecraft Marine site at 1WharfRoad.

ABSOLUTE WATERFRONT: An artist’s impression of The Foreshore Lake Macquarie, which will comprise 37 apartments over four levels and its own private jetty.

The Foreshore Lake Macquarie will comprise a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments over four levels.

It is a Stevens Group development designed by EJE Architecture and has been given Development Application approval.

Prices for three-bedroom apartments with uninterrupted water views start at $1.6 million. One-bedroom apartments start from $450,000.

An artist’s impression of The Foreshore Lake Macquarie, which will comprise 37 apartments over four levels and its own private jetty.

Quick mover in Madison GardenCveta Kolarovski has set aprice high for Adamstown’s Madison Garden Estate with the $1.33 million sale of a near-new, four-bedroom home with pool.

OFF-MARKET SALE: This home in Adamstown’s Tuckeroo Circuit set a price high for its estate.

The Robinson Property agent said the “fast” off-market sale of 19 Tuckeroo Circuit surpassed the previous price high of $1.2 million.

She also had quick sales with 5 Louisa Avenue, Cardiff ($602,000) and 43 Seventh Street, North Lambton($700,000), whichwere secured by first home buyers within 10 days on the market.

This home in Adamstown’s Tuckeroo Circuit set a price high for its estate.

Secured for over $1 millionTwo homes in sought-after positions in New Lambton were sold before their scheduled auctions on November 17.

Todd Mason, of McGrath New Lambton, sold Magnolia at 50 Queens Road for $1.4 million and24Carrington Parade above its $1.5 million guide.

Magnolia, at 50 Queens Road in New Lambton, was sold for $1.4 million before its scheduled auction.

Magnolia was a circa 1915 Federation home and the Carrington Parade house was a renovated residence with dual street frontage on over 740 square metres of land.

It had an outdoor entertaining area with built-in barbecue overlooking a 20-metre lap pool.

This renovated residence at Carrington Parade in New Lambton was positioned on over 740 square metres of land with dual street frontage.

Strong beachside auction resultsIn a softening market, there was plenty of action in sought-after Merewether on November 17.

Cveta Kolarovski, of Robinson Property, took a Californian bungalow known as Colwyn whichhas been in the same familysince the 1920s to auction.

The home at 45 Helen Street was positioned on a corner block585 square metres in size with dual access. It was within close proximity of Dixon Park beach.

Itsold for $2.3 million on auction day.

This home at 45 Helen Street was positioned on a corner block 585 square metres in size with dual access and sold for $2.3 million on auction day.

Mike Flook, also of Robinson Property, marketed a 1970s residence at 38 Woodward Street with expansive ocean and city views with a guide of $1.8 million. There were five registered bidders before it sold under the hammer for $1.91 million.

First National’s George Raftytook a renovated 1920s home on a large block at 100 Janet Street to auction and it sold for $1.6 million.

It was marketed with a guide of $1.5 million to $1.65 million.

Related content: Stockton ceiling set to go higherSnapshot of property salesAdamstown:A one-bedroom unit in Belmore Street sold for $300,000 while a stunningly renovated three-bedroom home in Fourth Street sold for a street high $990,000.

Charlestown:A home with three bedrooms and apool on 658 square metres of land in Kulai Street was bought for $650,000.

Hamilton:A three-bedroom home with separate studio in Oliver Street, close to Gregson Park and Beaumont Street, sold for $605,000.

Islington:A two-bedroom apartment in the Soque Apartments in Milford Street’s Winchcombe Carson Woolstores building was purchased for $608,000.

Kotara:A two-bedroom home with separate granny flat on over 780 square metres of land in Grinsell Street sold for $610,000.

Wallsend:A three-bedroom home in Platt Street sold for $520,000.