New data from REA shows the inner west has seen an annual price increase of 6.9 per cent for houses over the decade, despite a market slump in 2018. This translates into a median house price of $1.605 million, up from $820,000 at the start of 2010. Apartment prices have risen from $440,000 to $744,800 over the same period. MORE: Inner suburbs where buyers are getting good deals Entire gold rush town up for grabs China’s shoe king takes $4 million property hit During this time the inner west has seen five sales above $10 million — something few would have predicted at the start of 2010. The Wharf Rd mansion in Birchgrove has Harbour Bridge views.Source:Supplied Experts’ 2020 property predictions Experts’ 2020 property predictions The highest sale during this time was an off market $14.25 million deal for a waterfront Birchgrove property on Wharf Rd this year. Records show the seller to be healthcare boss Jayne Shaw and the new owner is listed as property developer John Gobbo. Sitting on a 765sqm block, it also features manicured gardens and boating facilities. The property also has views stretching from the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Greenwich. The Wrights Point, Drummoyne, home… Read full this story
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