UK singer and songwriter, Leona Lewis is selling her Los Angeles pad for $2.5 million, after it’s unsuccessful sales campaign, for the same asking price, last year. The two-storey Mediterranean-style home is spread over nearly 4,000 square feet and comes with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and large living spaces – all decorated with a decidedly feminine hand, with glitzy chandeliers, a ‘shabby chic’ colour pallet, four poster bed, angel figurines, and questionable carved angle wings either side of a fireplace. The property also includes a separate guesthouse with a living room, bedroom, bathroom, home gym, and a secure garage. Lewis first graced television screens and sound waves after winning The X Factor UK in 2006. Her single ‘Bleeding Love’ soared to number one in over … Continue reading
Sydney’s beachside suburb Tamarama is now Australia’s most expensive suburb for real estate according to RP Data, after growing 38% in the past five years. With a median house price of $4,337,500, the glitzy suburb has the highest median house price in Australia. Affectionately known as Glamarama, the suburb also recorded the highest rate per square metre, at $11,449 with an average lot size of 379 square metres in a report prepared earlier this year by RP Data. Tamarama plucked the prime position in the median price list from Point Piper, which has now dropped off the list following a difficult time for high-end real estate. RP Data’s Cameron Kusher says Tamarama’s limited supply of houses, many with ocean views, has led to the high … Continue reading
A sophisticated Queen Anne Style home has been listed for sale in the historic town of Ballarat in Victoria for over $1.25 million. Ballarat is one of the most significant Victorian era boomtowns in Australia, which was transformed into a huge settlement during the Victorian gold rush period and is now the third most populated city in the state. “This home is testimony to the calibre of residential properties Ballarat has to offer in some magnificent tree lined locations,” says Agent, Narelle White. The classically fronted facade gives way to a tastefully renovated home with designer touches enhancing the original beauty of the building. Set on over 1000 square metres of mature gardens, the property features a four-bedroom family home with abundance of unrestricted natural … Continue reading
Joanne Shinewell, the Sports Dietician for the Melbourne Football Club and Tennis Australia, is selling her home in the Melbourne suburb of Armadale for over $850 thousand. The stylishly renovated Hawthorn brick Victorian residence features two bedrooms, a designer bathroom, a state of the art gourmet kitchen and north-facing living and dining room opening to a north-facing courtyard. It also comes with rear access via a lane and a car space. The home is located only metres from High Street’s shops and cafes, Union Street Park, and Armadale station. Did you like this article? Subscribe to RealEstateNews to get updates (it’s free) Sign me up!