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Pearl Beach a private enclave for celebrities and CEO’s

Pearl Beach on the Central Coast is a private enclave for celebrities and CEO’s. Picture: Chosen Photography.


They say it is the ‘Palm Beach of the Central Coast’, attracting high profile Sydneysiders looking for an idyllic place to unwind in privacy.

Pearl Beach recently found itself in the spotlight when former Arts Minister Don Harwin was caught commuting between his Sydney apartment and his Central Coast weekender during an elevated stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Greenwich property where mummified body found rolled in carpet relisted as building site

Cleaners at the Greenwich house where a mummy was discovered.


The Greenwich property where a dead body was found rolled in carpet and surrounded by mounds of hoarded rubbish has come up for sale again as a development site.

The property on Greendale St had been the home of serial hoarder Bruce Roberts who died in 2017 and was alleged to have kept the corpse of intruder Shane Snellman on the property for years.

The house has since been demolished after selling in 2018 for $2.07 million and the 617sqm block returned to the market this week with DA approval

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Coronavirus: new listings drop prevented Sydney housing market crash in April, March

Liam and Alyssa Alban, with son Isaac and agent Nicholas Wise of McGrath-Coogee, recently sold their Maroubra house.

Sydney property prices have defied the COVID-19 doomsday price predictions because of a drastic reduction in housing supply.

New listings have dropped more than 60 per cent in some city regions since the state went into lockdown and there has been minimal distressed sales or panic selling.

This helped prevent an average fall in prices over March, with preliminary data showing the Sydney median home price may finish April relatively unchanged.

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COVID-19 online auctions: six bidders for Eaglemont, Burwood East pads

18D Ashby Grove, Eaglemont, sold for $853,000 at an online auction.

The buyer of an Eaglemont townhouse was so determined to win the keys at its online auction that she’d started planning a house-warming there before the hammer came down.

The woman outlasted five other bidders to secure the renovated two-bedroom pad for $853,000 — $43,000 above reserve — at an auction held on conferencing platform Zoom.

Nelson Alexander Ivanhoe selling agent Annalise Newell said the woman had been “renting around the corner” from 18D Ashby Grove and “was thrilled” she’d soon call it home.

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Is This Australia’s Most Brutal Real Estate Listing?

A Melbourne real estate agent has roasted his own listing in a comical take on the classic ‘renovator’s delight’, putting a satirical spin on the standard virtual tour.

The hilarious video for 69 Pilgrim Street, in the inner-west suburb of Seddon, removes any embellishment about the run-down home’s ‘character’, instead embracing its narrative as “the worst house in the best street”.

In the clip, Nicholas Skapoulas, of Nicholas Scott Real Estate, tells viewers: “Let me tell you, coming from a real estate agent, when I say this is bad, this is s**t. This place needs a renovation.”

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