Nine Millers Point Properties on the Market

Government Property NSW, on behalf of Family and Community Services, today announced the introduction of a further nine Millers Point properties to the market.

The following properties enter the market today:

 9 Lower Fort Street – an eight-bedroom, four-bathroom residence within the Milton Terrace group (below).

9 Lower Fort Street view

 

13 Lower Fort Street – a six-bedroom, two bathroom dwelling, also part of Milton Terrace.

35 Lower Fort Street – a six-bedroom, three bathroom residence known as Major House.

47 Lower Fort Street – a five-bedroom, two bathroom property in a row of four Italianate-style terraces, built in the mid-1880s.

42 Argyle Place (below) – a four-bedroom, two bathroom property constructed in the late 1880s.

42 Argyle Place

 

54 Kent Street – a three-bedroom, one bathroom residence, originally owned by local shipwright, William Rowe.

60 Kent Street – a three-bedroom, one bathroom residence, originally built for Thomas Hely, son of a local shipwright.

62 Kent Street – a three-bedroom, one bathroom residence, also owned by Thomas Hely. 

73 Kent Street – a four-bedroom, three bathroom property built in the mid-1870s.

Each heritage listed property includes a Conservation Management Plan (CMP) endorsed by the NSW Heritage Council in the contract for sale.

These contracts ensure new property owners are fully informed of their responsibilities when purchasing a heritage listed property.

To date, 70 properties have been sold in Millers Point, totalling $182.73 million, with the proceeds being reinvested into 1,500 new social housing dwellings across the State. 

The properties will be marketed by McGrath Estate Agents and will be auctioned on 4 May.