Feast on these multi-million-dollar Lysterfield listings
Mini mansions, acreages and luxury residences are on offer in the tree-lined suburb of Lysterfield, with some priced above $4 million.
Growing in popularity with upsizers and tree changers, the area has attracted more than 2300 interested buyers who have actively searched listings in the area since the start of August.
The coveted leafy suburb has seen a 13.2 per cent price growth in 12 months since July 2021, according to realestate.com.au.
Newly listed 8 Broadview Terrace (pictured above and below) has a $3.9-$4.2 million price guide. The show-stopping property sits on 1.5 acres and features four bedrooms, complete with their own ensuites, a swimming pool and tennis court.
“Some properties may tick three or four boxes and people compromise, but this house has it all and ticks every box,” he said.
“From the size of the land to the number of bedrooms, car spots and entertainment zones, it’s suitable for younger and older families.”
Mr Wilson said the size of the land and the age of the property are major draw cards for buyers.
“Properties of this size and this new are really tightly held, we’ve maybe had five in the past 12-18 months, but can sometimes go a year without seeing one come up for sale,” he said.
“Most properties of similar size are 10-15 years old, this is just six years young and was custom designed and built by the sellers, who are now looking to downsize.”
The property has been listed for just over a week and has had ‘really promising’ enquiry numbers, with qualified buyer inspections looking good and even second inspections lined up, Mr Wilson added.
Lysterfield’s median house price is $1.325 million, based on figures from the past 12 months since August 2021, according to realestate.com.au.
Nearby, 68 Grange Drive (pictured below), is on the market with a $1.98-$2.17 million price guide. The five-bedroom home sits on a third of an acre and sprawls 57 squares.
The single-level home features brush box hardwood flooring, multiple entertainment zones and a covered alfresco area overlooking a lush green backyard oasis.
Positioned on almost half an acre, 36 Major Crescent (pictured below) is listed with a $1.9-$2.09 million price guide. A contemporary fit-out, with no expense spared, features mink oak floorboards, commercial grade windows, zoned heating and refrigerated cooling, plus stunning skylights.
And for the first time on the market, 30 Palmerston Road (pictured below) is for sale with a $1.525-$1.650 million price guide. On half an acre, the five-bedroom remains in original and very well-maintained condition.