Thriller novelist Gilbert Mane on the balcony of the penthouse owned by way of his late mother, Break of day, in Bondi Junction. Symbol: Monique Harmer.

They’re not the the flashiest, on the other hand a couple of of the older towers in Bondi Junction are favourites for downsizers because of their facilities and views that can’t be built out.
Many consider the northerly outlook — which takes in the harbour, bridge and Opera House — from the Westpoint and Seapoint towers in Grafton St the easiest in Sydney.
Former solicitor and headmaster grew to transform thriller novelist Gilbert Mane says his late parents, Sam and Break of day Mane, never got in poor health of the view from their 15th-floor Westpoint penthouse.

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Denis and Helen Carey outside the Malvern East house they presented for $1.925 million. Symbol: Ian Currie

Confident bidding spotted an interesting California bungalow in Malvern East advertise for $225,000 above reserve, delighting the family that referred to as it house for 25 years.
five bidders saved Ray White Carnegie auctioneer Tom Grieve on his toes, with the $1.7 million reserve passed early on one of the simplest ways to a $1.925 million sale.
A young family snapped up the four-bedroom house at 11 Sycamore St.

Vendors Helen and Denis Carey discussed the 99-year-old house would always hold “great memories” for them and their three kids.

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