From a four-bedroom sandstone stunner to a cosy little bungalow, there are some gorgeous houses for sale around the Aussie capitals this week.
So, whether you’re in the market for a new home or just want to keep your finger on the pulse of the Aussie property market, Yahoo Finance has put together some of the top properties you can buy in the capital cities this week.
In Sydney, we’re starting out with a four-bedroom, two-bathroom single-storey home in Yagoona.
The property is in close proximity to Yagoona Station and within minutes’ drive to Bass Hill Plaza and Bankstown Centro.
The train from Yagoona Station into Central Station in the CBD takes around 45-50 minutes, so it is a little outside of the CBD. But, for less than $1 million, you can get what most city-slickers can’t - a backyard.
In Melbourne, there is this gorgeous three-bedroom, one bathroom family home for sale for less than $1 million.
Located on the doorstep of Geelong's most popular shopping and dining strip, and set on a corner block with side access, the home boasts a modern dining and kitchen zone that looks out across an established rear garden bathed in natural light all year round.
The new owner can truly live the Melbourne lifestyle, living only a short stroll to Pakington Street, known for its vibrant cafes, boutique shops, and trendy eateries.
In Brisbane, we’re welcomed by a massive three-bedroom, one-bathroom home offering a gorgeous blend of contemporary elegance and charm.
The home has been recently renovated inside with a massive desk that extends the living areas offering uninterrupted views of lush parkland.
“This outdoor oasis is destined to become your favourite gathering spot for al fresco dining, morning coffees, and sunset relaxation,” the listing says.
In Adelaide, there is a gorgeous two-bedroom, one-bathroom home nestled in the bustling city within walking distance to cafes, restaurants, shops and parklands.
The listing describes the home as a “harmonious fusion” of historic elegance and modern comfort.
“Preserving architectural details from its origins, this abode transports you through the corridors of time with its high ceilings and the authentic warmth of original parquetry floors. This charming historical backdrop merges with contemporary design elements,” the listing says.
In Hobart, we find this enchanting cottage that was originally built in the 1800s. The property has three bedrooms and one bathroom and sits in a highly sought-after enclave.
“The neatly manicured hedge frames the front entrance, inviting you to enter and explore this delightful property and all that it has to offer,” the listing says.
“As you venture to the rear, a delightful surprise awaits a sprawling and well-established garden filled with flourishing fruit trees and views of Hobart city and the River Derwent.”
If you’re looking for space and comfort, look no further than this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Perth.
The low-maintenance home is perfectly positioned within walking distance of Hobart Street Deli and Hanks.
“Move in and make memories for years to come. Get ready to relax and enjoy your new North Perth lifestyle,” the listing says.
In Darwin, there is a massive five-bedroom, two-bathroom home just 2 kilometres from the Darwin CBD.
Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, the spacious home is set on a large, fully fenced 920sqm block of land, offering privacy in tropical surroundings.
There is also ample space for the whole family to enjoy the low-maintenance garden and gorgeous saltwater swimming pool.
Finally, in Canberra, we have a perfect family home boasting three bedrooms and two bathrooms and sitting on a block of land in excess of 1,000sqm.
“This well-maintained home is a rare offering to the market in this tightly held location,” the listing says.
“With current owners now downsizing, this could be an excellent opportunity for those buying a family home to really make it their own, or investors looking to capitalise on future development opportunities.”