Hot five prestige properties of the week

RAY White lists and sells more properties above $2 million than any other real estate group across Australia and New Zealand.

Our hot five prestige properties of the week reflect the wonderful level of trust sellers place in Australasia’s largest real estate group to manage their prized assets.

New to the market and creating a stir in Perth is the Italian-inspired “Villa Dionysus” at 6891 West Swan Rd, West Swan.

This 2.79ha estate (above) is only 23kms from the CBD, set among the vineyards and natural attractions of the iconic Swan Valley region.

Built in the 1970s, the villa has been renovated and includes Venetian marble dust render to all external walls, as well as Gin Gin Quartz to all balustrading, pilasters and arches.

The internal fit-out has a commercial-grade Gaggenau kitchen, French walnut timber floors, and marble benches.

Aside from the main villa residence, there’s also a separate self-contained guest villa, outdoor entertaining areas, multiple internal living zones, resort-style facilities, and a four-car garage as well as secure parking for other vehicles.

Ray White Dalkeith and Claremont sales executive Emma Milner is managing the sale of this grand home which is on the market for offers starting at $4.5 million.

A Sydney waterfront home on one of Northbridge’s most desirable streets is scheduled to go to auction on Saturday, June 2 at 2pm with a price guide of $12.5 million.

Close to Clive Park, Northbridge Baths and Sailing Club, the sale of 11 Minimbah Rd (above) is an opportunity to own a coveted waterfront address, only minutes from many of the area’s key lifestyle destinations and elite schools.

Top features of this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home include sensational views to Castlecrag peninsula, Seaforth Bluff and The Spit, an inclinator to a private jetty, pontoon and boatshed, a rumpus/media room with a custom bar servicing the solar heated pool/spa, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, and keyless DLUG with internal access and driveway parking.

Ray White Northbridge director and co-principal Rose Farina is managing the auction campaign of this substantial residence.

Remaining in Sydney where 65 Seaforth Crescent, Seaforth is on the market for the first time since 1979.

The full brick and concrete architect-designed house (above) was constructed in 1981 by the existing owners who also installed a lift.

Versatile to adapt to all stages of family life, the lower level is fully self-contained with a kitchenette, private lounge room and balcony with Middle Harbour views.

To capitalise on the incredible location, a harbourside entertaining platform has been landscaped closer to the water’s edge in addition to balconies extending off each level.

This is a rare deep 746sq m waterfront block, with a mooring and the option to install a jetty.

Ray White Lower North Shore senior sales advisor Cameron Scott is taking this property to auction at Ray White House, 102 Glover St, Mosman, on Thursday, May 31 at 5pm with a price guide of $6 million.

If an apartment on the Gold Coast is more your style, a Main River penthouse with a rooftop pool and 30m marina berth is on the market for $4,950,000 through Ray White Prestige Gold Coast sales agent Robert Graham.

This mammoth 871sq m home (above) at B27-2/75 Brighton Parade, Southport is the crowning glory of the exclusive and renowned Rivage Royale, with all three of its levels offering sweeping views across the entire Gold Coast.

Three grand ensuited bedrooms have a walk-in-robe and spectacular water or hinterland views, while the master suite is comprised of a private sitting room, marble ensuite with spa and a newly fitted-out walk-in wardrobe.

A long list of extraordinary features includes a gourmet kitchen, formal dining space, hydraulic lift, rooftop terrace, in-ground saltwater swimming pool, outdoor marble barbecue kitchen, sauna, four car spaces, basement cage storage, electronic blinds, ducted air conditioning, and an automated Bose surround sound system.

In one of Brisbane’s most prestigious and private pockets, is a Hamptons-style sanctuary on the market through Ray White Clayfield’s Penny Halliwell with a price guide of $6.95 million.

Nestled within the winding avenues of Hamilton, at 48 Markwell St, is this 1960s tri-level residence (above) which has recently undergone a spectacular renovation.

There’s a total of five bedrooms, including a sunken master bedroom which has been lavishly designed with plush carpeting, a walk-in wardrobe and fabulous ensuite.

The 2278sq m property also features a championship-size tennis court, luxurious swimming pool and wonderful entertaining spaces along with a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen.