Sydney’s first-built walk-up block of flats for sale in Millers Point

Property NSW, on behalf of Family and Community Services, has today launched the heritage-listed Stevens Buildings for sale as part of the Millers Point sales program.

Located at 73 Windmill Street, the four-storey apartment building, featuring 11 one and two bedroom apartments, was built in 1900 as a boarding house on the site of the former ‘Live and Let Live Hotel’ and was the first walk-up block of flats in Sydney.

A two-storey block of eight apartments, located at 74-80 High Street, was also launched to market today. The block is one of a group of early twentieth century workmen’s apartments built by the Sydney Harbour Trust in the early 1900’s.

Both properties will be marketed by Savills & Sotheby’s International Realty and will be auctioned on 14 December 2017.

McGrath Estate Agents also commenced marketing the following properties. The properties below will be auctioned on 6 December, 2017:

• 40 Merriman Street - 1 bedroom terrace
• 42 Merriman Street terrace - 1 bedroom terrace
• 125 Kent Street - 4 bedroom terrace
• 46-48 Argyle Place - 5 bedroom terrace
• 88 Kent Street terrace - 4 bedroom terrace
• 61 Windmill Street terrace - 3 bedroom terrace
• 70-72 High Street - block of four apartments, each with 2 bedrooms

Proceeds from the Millers Point sales program have delivered over $467 million for investment in new social housing developments in NSW.

Conservation Management Plans (CMPs) endorsed by the NSW Heritage Council are included in contracts for sale for all heritage listed properties. These contracts ensure new property owners are fully informed of their responsibilities when purchasing a heritage listed property.

As of August 2017, a total of 655 new social housing dwellings have been completed and 422 dwellings are currently under construction as a result of the Millers Point sales.

These fit-for-purpose dwellings are located in a number of areas across the State including Coffs Harbour, Penrith, Jannali and Wollongong.

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