Looking for your next luxury home? Make a date to inspect one of these stunning homes on the market right now.
Well-positioned close to top schools and riverfront parkland, this as-new residence is brimming with luxury inclusions, from the internal lift and surround-sound home theatre to the high-end kitchen with butler’s pantry.
There are four en suite bedrooms, a gas-heated pool, a temperature-controlled wine room and a smart home system.
Ada Taylor from Abercromby’s Real Estate takes the home to auction on May 25 with a guide of $11.5 million-$12.5 million.
Affectionately known as the Star Trek house, this futuristic residence sits on an elevated two-hectare lot, giving every room superb views over the ocean, lagoon or national park.
The generous living spaces include a formal lounge, a home cinema and an office, and there’s self-contained guest accommodation plus a separate studio.
Darren Curtis from Christie’s International Real Estate and Shayne Hutton from Sydney Country Living are taking expressions of interest with a guide of $18 million-$19 million.
Sea views, 2.7 hectares of landscaped grounds adjoining a national park and multiple residences – this Paul Witzig-designed property is bound to impress.
Finished to a high standard by local master builder Bill McDonald, Birdsong is a 15-minute drive from Byron Bay and includes a nine-bedroom main residence with a pool.
Christian Sergiacomi from Pacifico Property is running an expressions-of-interest campaign until May 30 and is looking for offers over $15 million.
This Joe Adsett Architects-designed, pavilion-style home is only three kilometres from the CBD and comes with a pool, level lawns and around 500 square metres of accommodation across two light-filled levels.
It boasts seamlessly connected indoor and outdoor spaces that take advantage of its prized position which make it perfect for entertaining family and guests.
Drew Davies from Place Estate Agents Ascot takes the home to auction on May 28.
Boasting tree-filtered views of the boat-studded bay, this four-bedroom home is set within easy reach of beaches, shops and eateries and a 15-minute drive from Woy Woy Station.
The flexible floorplan, designed by David Boyle and James Fraser, offers two bedrooms and open-plan living spaces on the upper level, a self-contained one-bedroom apartment on the lower level and a separate en suite studio at the bottom of the garden, set among the gums and perfect for a home office or art studio.
Expressions of interest should be directed to Lea Turner from Ray White Killcare Peninsula by May 20 and the property has a price guide of $4.5 million.
Spanning a massive 1093 square metres on the top two floors of Ultra Broadbeach, this palatial penthouse enjoys sky-high views over the ocean, Main River, the city skyline and the hinterland.
Entertain family and friends across multiple indoor and outdoor zones including a private rooftop terrace, a pool with swim jets, a curved cocktail lounge and a formal lounge surrounded by marble-clad, eco-smart fireplaces.
There are five en suite bedrooms, with the master claiming its own wing with an office, library and massage room.
Kollosche’s Michael Kollosche will take the property to auction on May 22.
Located alongside the Campaspe River, Hawthorne Farm is an 11.5-hectare property designed for multi-generational living with two residences unfolding either side of the stone entrance.
Each has huge, open-plan living spaces and two bathrooms, and they come with four and five bedrooms apiece.
A host of imported finishes, from French oak doors to Perrin & Rowe tapware and Belgian tiles, add class to the fit-out, while outside a vine-covered arbour is the perfect spot to admire the lovely gardens.
The property is listed with Sean Parker from Macedon Ranges Sotheby’s International Realty with a price guide of $6.95 million to $7.645 million.