Luxury and Executive Housing
Sydney Property Market
“Crumbling ceilings, cracked walls and a murky pool is what you get with a multimillion-dollar budget in one of inner-west Sydney’s most prestigious pockets.”
Article: Inside the derelict ‘squatter’ house with a $4m+ price tag
An abandoned house in one of the most prestigious pockets of Sydney’s inner west has hit the market for more than $4 million after falling into a state of ruin.
Crumbling ceilings cracked walls and a murky brown pool is what buyers with a multimillion-dollar budget can now expect to snap up on Strathfield’s golden mile, as the dilapidated five-bedroom house on The Boulevarde was listed with an asking price of $4 million to $4.4 million this week.
If luxury is your end goal and standing next to your BBQ with your friends admiring your new executive mansion is your dream, what is your plan.
The housing market is skyrocketing. What are your options?
Finding the worst house in the best street was always solid advice. The market knows that, and it is why we see 4 million dollar price tags on old squatter buildings.
When the market is on an upward tilt, you can either find a block of dirt and start marking out your foundations, find a block of dirt with old foundations ready to dig up or pay the price for your not so dream home and learn to love it.
The land price is going up, but the cost of building a home is roughly the same rate. Now may be a great time to build your dream home. Many luxury and executive home builders are vying for your business. Visit your local homeworld and have a look at your options. Not only do you get the home of your dreams, but you also get to put your label on it and share the excitement with your family and friends as you build it.
It is like the excitement of planning an overseas holiday, remember when we use to do that. You get to dream about it and live in the moment with your family and friends. The design, the colours, the tiles, the bathrooms, all yours.
In my opinion, there is nothing better.
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