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Up-market renovation of 1890s terrace TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.
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TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

TRANSFORMED: This 19th century terrace was restored in 2016-17 and is located on popular Darby Street. It is being sold with a guide of $1.225 million to $1.295 million.

COOKS HILL OFFERING: This 10-year old stylish residence offers a large open plan living and a private enclosed alfresco area. It is on the market for $1.295 million.

TweetFacebookUNIQUE OFFERING IN ADAMSTOWNA propertyin Moira Street, Adamstown which combines an original 1930s two-bedroom home with a high-end renovation is expected to generate plenty of interest.

Robinson Property’s Michael McKenna has listed the five-bedroom property on 845 square metres with a guide of$1.1 million to $1.2 million.

WORK IN PROGRESS: The first stage of a stunning renovation is already completed at this property in Adamstown’s Moira Street.

It has DA approved plans for stage two of the renovation, which include atwo-storey addition to the front of house plus a double garage and pool.

Work commitments have taken the owners out of area.

The first stage of a stunning renovation is already completed at this property in Adamstown’s Moira Street.

It is set for auction on March 10 and has an inspection at 10.30am on Saturday.

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New development for JesmondBrand new boutique development Si Marco Apartments in Jesmond has been unveiled to market.

It will comprise 25 apartments and is the work of Kingston Building and Newcastle architects SDA.

The development isbeing marketed by Justin Redpath of McGrath Estate Agents and will feature a mix of one and two-bedroom apartments over three levels at 187-191 Michael Street. They are being sold for $390,000 to $490,000.

NEW DEVELOPMENT: An artist’s impression of the Si Marco Apartments planned for Jesmond.

Strong interest under $450kA two-bedroom residence in Waratah’s Maud Street is not expected to last with plenty of interest shown since hitting the market on February 9 with a price guide of $390,000 to $420,000.

The weatherboard and iron home on 440 square metres of land is being marketed by Walkom’s Thomas Hook.

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