Whether you’re after a traditional Georgian style home or a striking contemporary home, there’s something for everyone with these top six luxury homes in some of Australia’s most prized suburbs.
Only footsteps from parkland and North Adelaide’s eat street, this Georgian-style home comes with a grass tennis court wrapped in established gardens.
Built in 1981, the two-storey family home has both formal and informal living spaces, a statement gallery entrance and picture windows making the most of the green outlook.
Williams Real Estate’s Stephanie Williams is accepting expressions of interest closing on May 12 with a guide of $4.5 million.
Showcasing lavish proportions, designer finishes and sophisticated home technology, this Nicholas Day-designed residence features lift access to each of its well-appointed levels.
There’s a marble kitchen with Miele appliances, a custom home theatre with wet bar, a spacious rumpus room and a heated, wet-edge pool.
Marcus Chiminello of Marshall White Stonnington is taking expressions of interest with a guide of $12 million-$12.5 million.
Architect Benjamin Walters focused on seamless indoor-outdoor living when designing this contemporary home, with banks of glass sliding open to connect the living spaces with an outdoor kitchen, level lawn, pool and separate studio accommodation.
Ray White New Farm’s Nicholas Given takes the home to auction on May 24.
Offering gorgeous views of the Swan River and Freshwater Bay Yacht Club, this newly renovated, three-level home has lift access to a rooftop pool and spa.
William Porteous, principal of William Porteous Properties International takes the home to auction on May 22.
He provides a price guide of $8 million.
Boasting an extraordinary 125 metres of water frontage, this 2727 square-metre landholding has magnificent water and skyline views to Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.
The family home of superyacht captain Brock Schutt, the property includes a jetty and waterfront deck, a pool and established gardens.
The four-bedroom home has a central living and dining room opening to a covered terrace, a large media room and covered parking for four cars.
Jackson Paradise from Ray White Prestige Gold Coast, who will take the property to auction on May 8, says the island-like hideaway is packed with potential to build a dream home with world-class boating facilities.
With its boathouse, deepwater jetty and boat pen, this Barrenjoey Road residence is well-equipped for the boating enthusiast.
Facing west over Pittwater, the three-level home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three living spaces including a combined lounge-dining room with Jetmaster fireplace and timber floors.
Peter Robinson from LJ Hooker Palm Beach is guiding $8.75 million with expressions of interest closing on May 18.