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2018 Market Report for Willoughby


2018 Market Report for Willoughby

Welcome To Our Latest Willoughby Market Report.

For the last 14 years, we have been creating a market report  to provide Willoughby residents with relevant facts on how their suburb is performing.

When we look back to our first market report, you could secure a typical Willoughby home for under $1 Million. How times have changed. Not only with prices but with the popularity of Willoughby. It has become the 'go to' suburb on the North Shore for the last few years.

We have also found the rejuvenation of the High Street shops has enhanced the area enormously and of course, Harris Farm Markets continues to be popular.

Most buyers for Willoughby tend to come from the Lower North Shore area but we are seeing a return of Eastern suburbs and Inner West residents paying top prices for homes.

We hope you enjoy the report. If you would ever like an accurate valuation of your home, we would love to meet you and give you our thoughts.

Regards

The Grant Team


Province (formally Ray White Lower North Shore) Merges With 'The Agency'


Province (formally Ray White Lower North Shore)  Merges With 'The Agency'

Media Release
23/06/17

The fast-growing and disruptive real estate brand The Agency, has further expanded its NSW presence with the announcement of a strategic merger with Province Agents Lower North Shore.

“This is a strategic alliance from The Agency’s point of view, connecting high-profile sales teams from Sydney’s east and Lower North Shore. There are no better partners than the likes of Kingsley Yates, Danny Grant, Shane Slater and Peter Matthews. Bringing on board their extraordinary sales experience, an impressive property management team and rent roll, and innovative operational strategies,” Matt Lahood says.

The Province team, though recently re-branding from Ray White, felt The Agency’s model would be the best vehicle to actualise their real estate objectives.

“It is a merging of common objectives and the alliance will expedite plans for both businesses, as well as propel the careers and future opportunities of our staff, which we deeply care about,” says Peter Matthews, who will be taking on the role of Director of Strategy & Operations with The Agency.

“The Agency had ambitions to operate on the Lower North Shore and we had ambitions to grow throughout the east and inner west ­– it’s the perfect dovetail,” he adds.

Former Province CEO Peter Matthews and his fellow directors Kingsley Yates, Danny Grant and Shane Slater, share decades of industry experience and are respected leaders in Australian real estate. This influential team recognised the need for a business model restructure, which was the catalyst for the brand’s transition.

“We grew exponentially for 40 years under the traditional model but recognised the future of the industry requires dramatic change,” Peter Matthews says.

“We had our goals under the Province brand but when we heard Matt Lahood’s objectives and The Agency’s model, we identified they could offer sales agents, property managers and consumers a much higher level of service. We needed to be a part of that. We could arrive at our destination faster and more efficiently.”

Peter Matthews, Kingsley Yates, Matt Lahood, Danny Grant and Shane Slater

 

The Agency’s model is designed to ‘deliver’ by attracting the best agents and management team through its competitive structure. By removing the franchise layer and related commission share, and introducing a rent roll referral system, agents and managers can build equity in their respective businesses. Importantly, agents and property managers are supported by The Agency’s extensive operational and technology framework, empowering them to deliver the best service to clients.

Peter Matthews will be taking on the role of Director of Strategy & Operations nationally with The Agency. Drawing on his 25 years of industry experience and former roles as Chief Operating Officer of Ray White NSW, General Manager of Real Estate Services Domain and CEO of Province.

“It’s not just people in the industry who require this change, it’s essential for customers too,” Peter Matthews says. “For years I have been developing operational systems and efficiencies for property management and sales, in order to create better, more cost-effective workflows. It is in the technology and strategy where the real advantages lie.”

The formidable merger between Province and The Agency will increase The Agency’s rent roll by approximately 1,200 properties. The Province rent roll has been managed by industry stalwart Dee Uther to date and will join The Agency property management division headed up by Maria Carlino.

The Province team has traded in the Lower North Shore market for over 40 years, having sold more than $1 billion in residential sales collectively over that time. 

The merger with Province continues a very successful start for The Agency’s east coast team, with:

* $207,719,000 worth of residential sales traded since 1 February 2017.

* The Projects division, led by Steven Chen, securing both Northcliffe Residences ($113 million GR) and Cambridge Residences ($210 million GR), with a further pipeline of $1.4 billion in GR projects coming on the Gold Coast. There is also procurement of another $600 million worth of projects across NSW and Victoria in the next quarter.

* The launch of the Victorian operation, headed up by former Marshall White Director Peter Kakos.

According to Peter Matthews, it is the people who sit behind The Agency as much as the business model, that attracted Province to the brand. “Beyond the superstar sales people that are part of The Agency, it’s also the impressive background investment by Ausnet and the Finsure Group.”

“The merger between Province and The Agency goes to partially completing one of the conditions necessary for the *Ausnet/Top Level acquisition. The Agency east coast is owned by Top Level,” Matt Lahood explains. “We will shortly have an announcement with regards to further mergers in the Sydney market.”

On the east coast of Australia ‘The Agency’ operates under licence from ASX listed Ausnet Financial Services (ASX: AU1) who have successfully run ‘The Agency” business in Western Australia for the past two years. AU1 also retain an option to buy (in the next 12 months) the east coast operations of ‘The Agency’ from the licence holder for an agreed sum, subject to certain conditions being met.

 

Direct media release link.


The Grant Team - Willoughby Specialists


The Grant Team - Willoughby Specialists

Danny and Diane Grant have lived and breathed the area for  15 years and are property partners of Australia's fastest growing Real Estate business "The Agnecy' . Formally 'Ray White Lower North Shore' before moving to be an independant, Danny & Diane form one of the industry’s top performing teams having sold a considerable amount of homes across the suburbs of Willoughby, Chatswood, Naremburn and Artarmon, additionally achieving record sales in each of these suburbs.

They have achieved more Willoughby suburb records than any other agent and also currently hold the most top 10 sales.

Danny, along with his team members Diane Grant and Rick Woodward combine superior marketing with a wealth of local knowledge and experience. They ensure that every interaction is a positive and highly successful one. They also have the distinction of never having a client leave them to sell with another agent, such is the satisfaction of their clients – a result they are incredibly proud of.

Contact The Grant Team
E: grantteam@theagency.com.au

M:0404 821 155


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The Grant Team Past house sales


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Notable Achievements


Record Sale Prices 

4 Suburb records in North Willoughby

1 Suburb record in Willoughby

2 Highest sales in 'The Avenues' and most top 10 sales in 'The Avenues'

5 Semi records in Willoughby 

1 2bed unit record in Willoughby 

1 Suburb record in Crows Nest

1 Suburb record in Artarmon

1 Semi record in Chatswood

Most record sales recorded by any Willoughby agent

Awards

Danny Grant

  • Winner of the 2011/12 Awards for Excellence in Auction marketing
  • Real Estate Institute of NSW Awards for Excellence finalist 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013 for Auction Excellence
  • Real Estate Institute of NSW Awards for Excellence finalist 2010, 2011, 2013 for Residential Sales Excellence

Grant Team Auctioneer Peter Matthews

  • Real Estate Institute of NSW Awards for Excellence winner for Auctioneer Excellence 2011

Auction Clearance Rates

91% Auction clearance rate 2017

94% Auction clearance 2016

91% Auction clearance 2015

95% Auction clearance 2014

97% Auction clearance 2013

95% Auction clearance 2012

93% Auction clearance 2011

97% Auction clearance 2010

100% Auction clearance 2009

93% Auction clearance 2008

98% Auction clearance 2007

100% Auction clearance 2006

92% Auction clearance 2005

89% Auction clearance 2004

71% Auction clearance 2003

75% Auction clearance 2002

Only local agent ever to achieve a calendar year of 100% clearance (20 Auctions or more) 

Currently the most successful Auction agent in the area by a 39% margin to the area average

Days on Market & List to Sell Ratio

  • Average of 29 days and under for days on market since 2007 (5 years running)
  • Currently Willoughby’s highest list to sell ratio agent 6 years running (100% of all stock sold that is listed)

Danny Grant

  • Only local agent to be invited to speak on highly regarded industry ‘Hot topics’ audio

 


What's Happening in the Market?


Over the last few years Willoughby has had incredible growth.

Over 2016 and 2017 month on month, the prices kept creeping upwards until we reached Easter in 2017.  At that point, a lot more homes came onto the market and negative press statements, claiming the market had peaked, impacted buyers minds and we felt signs of a market change.

Whilst prices have corrected in 2018; our feeling is that the market is simply normalising. Willoughby is a safe market and as long as properties are priced correctly, marketed well and have no major floors, they will sell at Auction with competition. There are still a lot of homes entering th emarket with no price adjustment considerations and it those homes that are not selling or take time to sell. Generally, prices seem to have come back to a similar level they were in 2016. When you consider this, the price rises to 2016 were still exceptional.

Our business has seen many winters and we understand what it takes to sell in the current market climate and therefore find it easier to adapt and ensure our marketing and sales initiatives work for our clients. Our personal clearance rate remains the strongest in the area.

Willoughby remains at the top of many buyers shopping list and seeing so many homes breach $4 Million now indicates that there are some serious buyers willing to invest in the area.


History of your Home and Family


 

"Little Rosewall", McClelland St, Willoughby , ca1903

 

Your Home

The Library holds most Willoughby Council Valuation and Rate books from 1872 to 1984. These can help you find out when your house was built, if it had a name, and who used to live there.

Willoughby Library has microfilm copies of Council Rate and Valuation Books from 1872 to 1981 available on microfilm for you to search. Through them you can find, among other things: When was my house built? Did it have a name? Who owned the property?

 

Your Family

We have a selection of shipping lists, convict lists, pioneer registers, births, deaths and marriages indices, electoral rolls, early telephone directories, census records, Sands directories and cemetery transcripts which can be used for family history research.

 


Change in Renovation Trends


When we first started selling in Willoughby 14 years ago the trend was all about open plan living. People were not necessarily doing large extensions or adding another level, the trend was actually to either do a small extension or move further up the North Shore to a larger home.

Many residents still opt to move to the Upper North Shore and children’s schools can be the catalyst, but we now find that more and more residents stay and do larger extensions to stay in the area.

The type of renovations being done 10 years ago were more modernist styles including modern changes to external features. More vibrant colours were used internally and bold feature walls were everywhere!

Today, Willoughby is trending away from modernism and going more traditional, and buyers are certainly demanding it. We are finding that the homes with more traditional features are achieving the stronger the sale prices.

We are seeing larger extensions with separate living areas, one for the kids and the other for mum and dad. French doors are used instead as an alternative to bi-fold doors in character homes and sliding stacker doors for more modern homes. Light greys are still popular but we are seeing more whites interanlly and externally with some owners electing for more dramatic and moody tones with very dark feature walls and dark external colours. A trend more often seen in Melbourne.

A big factor in the change of renovation style is that we are seeing more and more people stay in Willoughby rather than moving on, causing them to extend their homes to reflect the growing needs of their family. Once parents wanted to be on the one level and close to their toddlers, and now they tend to eventually build another level to get away from their teenagers! This has also made families think more about different living spaces and having more private, intimate areas, rather than the open plan idea of 10 years ago.

These changes to building trends have had an obvious impact on values in Willoughby. Once where the majority of houses were only sized with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom we now see a majority of house sales for 4 and 5 bedroom homes. We remember when $1.5 million was a huge price for Willoughby and would get you one of the best houses in the suburb, now you have to spend in the early to mid $3 millions to secure the best family homes or into the late $3 Millions to early $4 Millions if they are on a bigger block.


Architectural Styles Of The Willoughby Area


 Most Australian architectural styles are represented in the Willoughby area. The Municipality of  Willoughby was formed in 1865, 71 years after the first land grants had occurred in the area. By this time there were 400 householders in the locality. From the 1880s there was a substantial subdivision of land throughout the municipality. Although most of the development has been in this century, there are still a number of Victorian houses scattered throughout the area. Improvement in transport such as the formation of Victoria Avenue in 1882, and the opening of the North Shore railway line in 1890 and later the tramways, all aided development. Greater intensities in residential building came during the periods characterised by the Federation style (c1904-1920) and Californian Bungalow (c1918-1929). These were interspersed with decreased activity during the First World War (1914-1918) and the Second World War (1939-1945) and the 1930s Depression. These two styles of architecture form a significant portion of the house in the Willoughby area.

VICTORIAN c1882-1892

  • Curved veranda roof
  • Cast iron lacework
  • Chimney with cornice top
  • 2-3 colour brickwork

VICTORIAN SURVIVAL c1902-1914

  • M-shaped hipped roof
  • Curved or bull nose verandah roof
  • Mock stonework
  • Windows in pairs
  • Cast iron lacework
  • Pendant brackets under narrow eaves
  • Turned wooden veranda posts
  • Red brick chimney with stepped top

FEDERATION c1904-1920

  • Steep, prominent roof
  • Gablet
  • Half-timbered effect
  • Bull nose verandah
  • Wooden fretwork
  • Cast iron filigree
  • Bay window with narrow lights
  • Leadlighting

CALIFORNIAN BUNGALOW c1918-1929

  • Wide eaves with exposed rafters
  • Bay window with it’s own flat roof
  • Leadlighting
  • Hung shingles in gable
  • Low brick wall at the edge of verandah
  • One large gable roof, facing or parallel to street
  • Orange Marseilles-pattern terracotta roof tiles

CENTENARY - ARTDECO c1934-1941

  • Simplicity of line
  • Steel framed windows
  • Bullseye or port hole windows
  • Curved glass
  • Waterfall effect
  • Cream stucco with dark brick bond

AUSTERITY c1945-1958

  • L-Shaped plan cement tile roof
  • Corner windows, wood or steel
  • Weatherboard walls
  • Slab chimney or square chimney
  • Clinker or red brick

CREAM BRICK c1953-1965

  • Large, generally steel windows
  • Corner windows
  • White wrought ironwork
  • Concrete hood over entrance

PINK BRICK c1963-1977

  • Aluminium window frames
  • No chimney after c1968
  • Precision-made bricks, often with dark mortar joints
  • Wrought ironwork

MEDITERRANEAN c1974-1988

  • Square-form building
  • Slender classical column
  • Prominent balustrade
  • Large carved front door
  • Lock-up garage, part of the house
  • Segmental arch

NEO-REGENCY c1985

  • Bay window skillion roof
  • Slender classical column
  • Metal balustrade
  • Timber boards in gable parallel to roof

Sales comparisons year by year


North Willoughby Median price

 

 

East Willoughby Median price

 

 

 

 

Willoughby Median price

 

 


Willoughby Units Median price

 

Australian house price index


What Buyers Want


We have been selling in Willoughby for the last 14 years and have been meeting thousands of buyers every year, and we have also lived in the area, which has created a thorough understanding of what buyers want in a home and what types of streets they like. Of course, what buyers want depends on their budgets as well, but the following is an insight into buying trends.

Streets

What makes a street popular for buyers is generally the number of quality homes located there . If most homes have great street presence, namely from the façade, then the street appears more appealing. Other factors are noise, location to shops and transport, block sizes and value of past sales in the street. Buyers also love tree lined streets. If many blocks are on the north side or have a north to rear aspect, this will be a strong attraction as well. By far and above, the more homes that feature character and true-to- original-style in the street, the more popular it will be.

Location

Buyers generally move to Willoughby because they have young children or plan to start a family, so moving into good school zones are high on their list when buying. Being able to walk children to and from school, or easily pick up and drop off, is a big plus. We are very lucky in Willoughby that we have great primary schools, so pretty much all of North and East Willoughby is close by, which is a big reason why those zones are the most valuable in Willoughby. Being close to parks and transport is very important. Many buyers work in the city, so being able to walk to an express city bus stop is important. We have great parks as well and Willoughby Park and Bales Park are the most popular.  We should also mention that the Willoughby Leisure Centre and Hallstrom Park is incredibly popular for Willoughby residents and those who live in that area love its location for this reason.

Inside the home

When selling, light is best. In terms of paint, a light cream or white colour (we call that “re-sale cream”) is best and gives the impression of light to buyers. The best paint colour we recommend is Ántique White USA by Dulux. We have found that it is the best as it is a warm white and stays true to its colour without throwing a pink, yellow or blue hue that many white paints have. For the floors, floorboards are still the most popular for living areas and hallways. Generally, most buyers prefer carpets in the bedrooms. Tiles are still okay, but the more natural or stone type, the more popular.

Kitchens and bathrooms

Buyers are becoming more and more fussy on quality, especially as Willoughby is considered a valuable suburb, and so they notice quality finishes. Neutral finishes are preferred with earthy accent colours that enhance rather than scream out for attention. As long as bathrooms are chic, modern and clean, buyers are not overly fussy on style. Provincial character kitchens are very popular at the moment and generally don’t date.

Bedrooms

Everyone always wants large bedrooms and it can impact buying decisions, especially the master or main bedroom. Plenty of hanging space and storage is a must. In an upper level property, an ensuite is considered a must.

Living Areas

Buyers are going back to slightly more traditional living areas. The large rear living flowing to an outdoor area, with a view of the yard from the kitchen is still very popular. However buyers will accept a slightly smaller living at the rear if there is another separate living space. It is interesting to note that the massive, all in one living area or rectangle box-like extensions are not as popular as they were in early 2000!

Backyard

Simply put, grass sells. The more flat grassed area you have the more valuable your home is. Buyers tend to want low maintenance, hardy, green gardens. This generally means a large lawn area with bordered gardens around the fence line. Pools are becoming more and more in demand, but not in lieu of lawn space. Buyers don't need as much space as they once did, but they still want some lawn for the kids and dog to run around in. In the upper end price brackets, pools are generally a must or have plenty of room for one later.

Overall style

There is no doubt that over the last few years the more traditional-styled character homes are very popular and sell for higher values than modern homes. When we style homes to sell, we generally go for a modern take on French Provincial. This essentially is a watered down, modern approach to Shabby Chic and straight Provincial. We also thin-out or declutter a lot of houses, whilst ensuring the family feel is retained. This is important as Willoughby buyers are generally young families coming from out-of- area and move to our suburb because of a change in their lives. Tastes and edgy trendy-style properties are what they are moving from not to. Their new home will be their family home. Buyers still like modern, but prefer character frontages. If you have a home which is more modern inside and you want to renovate, we would recommend to go with a modern period-style. Maybe restore some character to the façade; and wooden sash windows, heritage doors, reclaimed brick pathways and picket fences can make a huge difference to street appeal. One of the best examples of a restored character frontage is a property we sold at 30 Second avenue, Willoughby.

30 Second Avenue | WILLOUGHBY


Values of types of homes in Willoughby



Selling and seeing a vast amount of houses and researching constantly has enabled us to have a clear understanding of the values and growth patterns throughout Willoughby. The following is our rounded opinions of the different values for different types of houses and streets in Willoughby. These are, of course, basic rounded starting points for values and different homes will differ from quality of finish, location and block sizes, but it should give you a clearer idea of where property values are.

 

Free Standing Houses

2 Bedroom

We generally find that most 2 bedroom freestanding homes are unrenovated as owners who renovate them normally convert them to 3 bedrooms. An unrenovated home in a busy street would achieve in the $1,800,000 to $1,900,000 range. If they are in one of the quiet streets they can achieve in the $2,200,000 to $2,500,000 range on a standard 550sqm block.

3 Bedroom

A fully renovated home with 1 bathroom in a good quiet street on a block size around 550–650sqm will generally sell between $2,500,000 to $2,800,000. An unrenovated home with similar description to the above, could sell in a similar range depending on the street, block size and whether it can be knocked down (ie. non conservation area).  If the property is on a busier street or less popular one and fully renovated it would achieve around $2,200,000. If the home is unrenovated on a busy road it would be around $2,000,000.

4 Bedroom

4 bedroom homes, as always, are quite diverse to put a set figure on and can be unpredictable in the open market but generally we find the following: A fully renovated and extended 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on a typical 550sqm  block in a good location could achieve anywhere between $2,900,000 to $3,400,000.   Smaller sized 4 bedroom homes would achieve in the $2,800,000 to $3,100,000 range.  To achieve at the top end of this range (namely $3,200,000-$3,400,000), the home would generally have a useable rear yard with a pool. It would have 2 living areas and recent modern refurbishments throughout including quality kitchen and bathrooms with quality appliances. Buyers with younger children generally prefer a home on one level or at least 3 bedrooms on one level so they can stay close. Buyers with older children prefer 2 levels so they can get away from the children! The rear living of the property is very important and an open plan family area with bi-fold doors to a north facing rear proves the most popular.  Garaging is always popular in the upper-end price ranges, however it is generally very hard to find a garage in Willoughby so covered parking is a popular compromise.

 4 -5 bedroom homes on a larger block ?(i.e 650sqm +)

These homes are becoming more common than they were a few years ago. The current record price in Willoughby is above $5,000,000 however the home was an anomaly as it was a very large new build on a 900sqm plus block. Complete knock down re-builds have sold up to $3,500,000. Sales well above $3,500,000 are becoming an acceptable price to pay in Willoughby, as the trend for families is to now stay closer to the city and keep within the school and community area. Previously the Upper North Shore suburbs or those of Castlecrag and Northbridge, use to attract Willoughby buyers who craved backyard and/or more space, however the extended time in travelling is seen as a drawback. This seems to be keeping more residents within Willoughby and encouraging them to extend. We expect these high-end value sales to keep increasing over the next 5 years as more and more of the renovated, extended or new built homes come on to the market. These high-end sales normally are homes on larger blocks (650sqm and above) but if a home is large enough and finished well, or just built from scratch in a good quiet street, these prices can be achieved on a regular block size.  

 

Semi-detached Homes

 

2 bedroom semis

The last 24 months have seen very little in the way of semi sales. Owners are choosing to stay in them longer, mainly because of the higher price of freestanding homes in Willoughby and the reluctance to leave the suburb to travel further away from the city. A renovated 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom semi in a good street with carport or garage can achieve around $1,800,000. Due to the strong demand of semis, we have now seen original but tidy condition properties sell around $1,600,000.

3-4 Bedroom Semis

Many of the 3 bedroom semis that have sold have been very popular as they can be the same size as many 3 bedroom homes and are generally in very good or renovated condition. They generally have 2 bathrooms and parking and achieve anywhere from $1,900,000 to $2,500,000. Prices that are understandable given similar sized free standing homes will be generally starting around mid $2,000,000.

 

Strata Units

46/25a Marks Street | NAREMBURN

1 Bedroom

Fully renovated units achieve in the early to mid $700,000.  If unrenovated, they sell in the mid to high $600,000 range. This can vary greatly depending upon the unit size.

2 Bedroom

Fully renovated achieve in the early to mid $900,000 and sometimes over $1 million depending on the building age. If it is a newer development they can achieve in the $1,100,000 to $1,300,00 range.

3 Bedroom

There are fewer 3 bedroom units in Willoughby and there have been very diverse prices achieved, from $1,100,000 assuming parking.  If there is no parking, it can reduce prices between $50,000 to $60,000.

 

 


Willoughby's Past and Present


Willoughby's Past and Present

Schools

Willoughby Public School was established in Oakville Road in 1863, as the North Sydney national Public School. In 1876 a new building was opened with an enrollment of 70. In 1891 the name was changed from North Sydney to Willoughby. In 1925 and again in 1936 new school buildings on larger land were constructed. Willoughby Girls High School in Mowbray Road started in 1934 as Willoughby Home Science School and received its present name in 1957. St Thomas Church/School opened in 1928. The present school was built in 1941.

Parks

Among the many parks in the suburb are: Hallstrom Park (now included in Bicentennial Reserve) was named after Sir Edward Hallstrom whose “Silent Knight” refrigerator factory was established opposite Willoughby Road in 1935 (now Castle Vale unit complex at 2 Artarmon Road). Flat Rock Creek Reserve – the valley of Flat Rock Creek, with waterfalls and lush native vegetation. It was used as a rubbish dump for many years, but now the remaining original portions are being regenerated. Bicentennial Reserve – opened in 1988 and incorporating Flat Rock Reserve and Hallstrom Park. It contains the large Willoughby Leisure Centre, with indoor swimming pools, sport halls and outdoor sporting facilities. Willoughby Park – 12 acres on Warrane Road, was purchased in 1907. It contains 2 ovals, a community centre, pavilions and a bowling club.

Post Office

The first post office in Willoughby (then called North Willoughby) opened in 1871 “adjoining the public school”. It was replaced by an official post office across the road in 1891. In 1922 a new Willoughby Post Office was installed in the new “Knight Smith buildings” in Penshurst Street next to “Laurelbank”. In 1977 a new post office was built on the corner of Penshurst Street and Oakville Road.

Houses of Interest 

“Tyneside” and “Rosewall” in High Street were built in the 1880s by the Forsyth family. Among many other buildings of interest in the area are “Laurelbank” corner of Laurel and Penshurst Street – built in c1890 and is now a Masonic Lodge and “Pommy Lodge” in Penshurst Street near Laurel Street, erected in 1871 as a Congregational Church.

Churches

Willoughby contains 6 churches. The Willoughby Congregational Church originally established in 1871 is what is now “Pommy Lodge”, moved to a new church at the corner of Penshurst and Church Streets in 1888. This has been replaced by a block of home units. The Uniting Church in Clanwilliam Street was established in 1901, while the one in Frenchs Road opened in 1906, both originally Methodist churches. The original timber Frenchs Road church as been demolished and a brick building for the Armenian Evangelical Church as replaced it. Willoughby Presbyterian Church on the corner of High and Laurel Streets, opened in 1923, to be replaced by a new church in 1925. St John’s Anglican Church, at the corner of Wallace Road and McClelland Street was completed in 1960. The present St Thomas’ Catholic Church in High Street was built in 1961; the previous church sharing premises with the school from 1928 until 1942 when the old building for a time became solely the church. Willoughby Gospel Church was built in 1928 in Horsley Avenue. It was extended in 1972 and is now an evangelical church.

 


Top 10 Property Sales


37 Laurel  Street | WILLOUGHBY - (Current suburb record)

4 bed | 3 bath | 2 parking | 917sqm

Sold for $5,500,000 on the 1 September  2016

 

17 Ann street | WILLOUGHBY

5 bed | 3 bath | 2 parking | 917sqm

Sold for $5,150,000 on the 1 September  2017

5 Zara Road | WILLOUGHBY

4 bed | 4 bath | 2 parking | 695 sqm

Sold for $4,455,000 on the 24 March  2018

 

27 & 29 Laurel Street | WILLOUGHBY

7 bed | 6 bath | 4 parking | 1,062 sqm

Sold for $4,400,000 (Approx) on the 2 March  2018

 

7 First Avenue | WILLOUGHBY (Off Market Sale - no image available)

4 bed | 3 bath | 2 parking | 917sqm

Sold for $4,225,000 on the 1 September  2016

 

15 Ann Street | WILLOUGHBY

5 bed | 3 bath | 2 parking | 961sqm

Sold for $4,225,000 on the 24 August 2015

 

26 Mabel Street | WILLOUGHBY

4 bed | 1 bath | 3 parking | 923sqm

Sold for $4,050,000 on the 11 March 2017

 

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37 Third Avenue | WILLOUGHBY

4 bed | 2 bath | 2 parking | 556 sqm

Sold for $4,000,000 on the 15 July 2017

 

35 Fourth Avenue | WILLOUGHBY EAST

5 bed | 3 bath | 2 parking | 529sqm

Sold for $3,810,000 in September 2016

 

4 Third Avenue | WILLOUGHBY

4 bed | 3 bath | 2 parking | 892sqm

Sold for $3,800,000 on the 4-3-18

29 Mabel Street | WILLOUGHBY

4 bed | 3 bath | 3 parking | 696sqm

Sold for $3,800,000 on the 16 December 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


All Willoughby house sales for 2016, 2017 and 2018


Free Standing & Semi-detached Homes

*Denotes close estimate as sale price has not ben disclosed by the agent


A Sample of Client Reviews


A Sample of Client Reviews

1 Hannam Street | DARLINGHURST

From start to finish The Grant Team provided amazing service. The communications line was always open and we had no concerns they had done everything possible for a successful outcome auction day. We had a highly competitive auction on the day and walked away with a price well above expectations. The property was located out of area for the Grant Team but they followed a proven process and got the result.

Max & Sophie

 

45 Marlborough Road | WILLOUGHBY

Danny and Diane were very easy to deal with,extremely professional and excellent at keeping all of the buyers right through to the auction. Very happy all round with the experience!

John & Sarah Croall

 

12 Weedon Road | WILLOUGHBY

Danny is highly organised, extremely perceptive, intuitive and very likeable. He makes everyone feel as though the sale benefits them. We first met Danny 6.5years ago when he sold us our house. As a purchaser we were impressed with him. And as a vendor we are in awe of him!

Jamie Muller and Stacey Davison

 

11a Council Street | NORTH WILLOUGHBY

Danny is very professional, confident and he has a good marketing and sales strategy.

Timothy & Wendi

 

24 Forsyth Street | WILLOUGHBY

We just wanted to say an enormous thank you to you both for the amazing job you both did in selling our property. The entire process from start to finish was a fairytale and you quickly showed us the reason we chose you as our agents in the very beginning.

From day one, your advice on the campaign and styling of the property were spot on. Each open for inspection ran extremely well, providing us feedback every step of the way. We needed to hear both the good and the bad feedback each week and that ensured we kept our eye on reality as well. We noticed your tireless efforts after hours ensuring you were always in contact with us about the state of play and any news that arrived - no matter what time it was, you were always watching and listening.

You received numerous offers which is always a nice thing to hear leading up to an auction situation. Having taken offers on other properties before auction, you convinced us to hold out which made us very nervous. This is where your experience and knowledge of the process really helped us. You stuck to your guns and we followed, going to auction. And thank goodness we did. Yes the market was good, however you ensured we had at least 4 parties arrive on that day ready to bid. Not just bid - but bid in the right price bracket for our needs.

The auction day was electric and exhausting. The bids just kept on coming. I can't believe we were ready to set the reserve but probably happy to go lower if we had to. Once again you remained calm and strong advising us to place it where we were comfortable as the competition were at the right level. Indeed they were - having received bid after bid we could see the reserve in sight. Then we passed it! Crazy bidding started to happen and two parties fought it out. We can see now what it means to have a bidding war. It truly was amazing. To go more than $150,000 over our reserve was an incredible result and once again... We can't thank you enough.

Your auctioneer was also amazing. He really worked the crowd and kept it moving beautifully. He was the final icing on the cake!

We could not be where we are today without you both. We truly are indebted to you and hope one day we can share the experience with you again

Ed and Maryanne Blackman

 

30 Lobeila Street | CHATSWOOD

You have made the whole experience of selling my house quite a pleasurable one and it's nothing to do with the extraordinary price you achieved!  It was divine you presented the house so beautifully,  it was great you talked me into Auction and it was great that developer did not have the last bid!

You were wonderful! Thank you is not enough, but thank you a million! I feel really happy about the sale. I knew a long time ago that I would ask you to sell my house and I was right. You have the perfect demeanour, sense of humour and professionalism that allows the process to go ahead so smoothly. I will sing your praises to all.

I wish you well for all future ventures. Keep doing it the way you do and success will always follow, not to mention some very happy customers, buyers and sellers. 

Jenny Diprose

 

24 Chaleyer Street | NORTH WILLOUGHBY

Diligence, attention to detail and most professional. Awesome.

Linda Monmouth

 

46/25a Marks Street | NAREMBURN

Danny Grant is very personable and a true professional. He is a credit to his profession. This was the second time Danny had sold for me and both experiences were fantastic. Danny also achieved a building record for me by holding an Auction after just 5 days on the market. Truly unbelievable how he brought it all together.

Colin Glaysher

 

 

13 Salisbury Road | WILLOUGHBY

My dealings with you both when I first bought the house and subsequent sale has always been positive. I would highly recommend you to friends in Sydney.

Melinda Louey

 

15 Milner Crescent | WOLLSTONECRAFT

Danny exceeded expectations particularly in regard to feedback, which was exceptional. The other thing that was exceptional was of course the price. We were gobsmacked to achieve more than $700,000 above our reserve. 

Carolyn Fitzpatrick

 

 

3307/1 Sergeants Lane | ST LEONARDS

Danny, I know you have won lots of awards both National and International but you and Diane deserve an award for being the nicest guys ever!  The mixture of truth, professionalism and just your lovely natures was fantastic.

Lindy-Lou Rigg

 

 


Contact


The Grant Team, Willoughby Specialists
grantteam@theagency.com.au
M: 0404 821 155
T: 02 8969 8979

 


Sources


 

* Australian Property Monitors             ** RP Data

++ WilloughbyCity Council                 + Grant Team

All information contained in this report is gathered from sources we believe reliable.  We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it.  


Disclaimer


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      Street Address Suburb Bed Bath Car Land Size(sqm) Sale Price Sale Date
      235 High Street Willoughby 3 2 2   $2,050,000 16-11-18
      39 Third Ave Willoughby 4 2 1 556 $3,330,000 10-11-18
      63 Artarmon Road Willoughby 3 2 2 623 $2,300,000 10-11-18
      36 Glover Street Willoughby 3 2 3   $ 9-11-18
      21 Edinburgh Road Willoughby 4 2 2 569 $2,420,000 8-11-18
      30 High Street Willoughby 3 2 0     08-11-18
      7 Frenchs Road Willoughby 3 1 1   $1,640,000 08-11-18
      32 Salisbury Road Willoughby 4 3 2   $3,400,000 03-11-18
      178 High Street Willoughby 5 4 3 562 $3,450,000 02-11-18
      10 Nardoo Street Willoughby 5 3 2 696 $3,1150,000 01-11-18
      265 High Street Willoughby 2 3 2     31-10-18
      33 Ward Street Willoughby 3 2 1 468 $2,150,000 26-10-18
      1a Neville Street Willoughby 3 2 2 714 $1,800,000 26-10-18
      1 Remuera Street Willoughby 3 2 1 1201 Not Disclosed 24-10-18
      5 Fourth Avenue Willoughby 4 3 1 521 $3,130,000 20-10-18
      33 Warrane Road Willoughby 4 2 1 570 $2,800,00* 10-10-18
      106 Eastern Valley Way Willoughby 4 2 1 521 Not Disclosed 6-10-18
      52 Laurel Street Willoughby 4 1 1 607 $,2,350,00 3-10-18
      51 High Street Willoughby 4 2 1 536 $2,550,000 29-9-18
      26 Fourth Avenue Willoughby 2 2 1 556 $2,420,000 15-9-18
      15a Borlaise St Willoughby 2 1 0 325 $1,650,000 19-9-18
      12 Alpha Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 287 Not disclosed 6-9-18
      18 Cambridge St Willoughby 4 3 1 759 $3,980,000 1-9-18
      41 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 5 4 3 960 Not Disclosed 27-8-18
      3 Hollywood Cres Willoughby 4 3 1 556 $3,265,000 25-8-18
      21 Alexander Ave Willoughby 4 2 2 556 $3,050,000* 25-8-18
      26 Penkvil Street Willoughby 3 2 1 303 Not Disclosed 16-8-18
      2 Mabel Street Willoughby 2 1 2 297 $1,740,000 13-8-18
      32 Tulloh Street Willoughby 3 2 2 350 $1,810,000* 10-8-18
      13 Chaleyer Street Willoughby 2 1 1 381 $1,400,000 9-8-18
      17 Elliott Lane Willoughby 3 2 1 277 $1,620,000* 27-7-18
      12 Wallace Street Willoughby 3 1 2 328 $2,330,000* 12-7-18
      39 Ann Street Willoughby 3 1 2 700 $2,660,000 9-7-18
      28 Glover Street Willoughby 5 2 2 556 $3,100,000* 6-7-18
      132 High Street Willoughby 3 1 1 607 $1,900,000* 4-7-18
      3 MacMahon Street Willoughby 2 1 1 289 $1,600,000 3-7-18
      20 Gorman Street Willoughby 2 1 2 423 $1,730,000* 2-7-18
      63 Third Avenue Willoughby 5 2 1 557 $3,850,000 30-6-18
      39 Alpha Road Willoughby 3 2 2 556 $2,010,000* 30-6-18
      11 Crabbes Avenue Willoughby 3 2 1 337 $2,100,000 15-6-18
      91 Warrane Road Willoughby 4 2 1 590 $2,300,000 14-6-18
      3 Council Street Willoughby 4 2 1 445 Not Disclosed 13-6-18
      4 Eaton Street Willoughby 4 2 1 518 $2,450,000 12-6-18
      57 Hector Road Willoughby 6 6 2 573 $4,250,000 9-6-18
      34 Chiltern Road Willoughby 2 1 1 348 $1,750,000* 8-6-18
      36 Penkvil Street Willoughby 2 1 1 550 $2,150,000 5-6-18
      15a Second Avenue Willoughby 3 2 1 340 $1850,000 4-6-18
      107 Fourth  Avenue Willoughby 4 2 2 571 $3,333,000 2-6-18
      13 Harris Street Willoughby 3 1 2 730 $2,555,000 2-6-18
      208 Penshurst Street Willoughby 2 1 2 310 Not Disclosed 30-5-18
      6 Robert Street Willoughby 5 4 2 630 $2,750,000* 28-5-18
      113 High Street Willoughby 3 2 2 411 $2,190,000 26-5-18
      3 Nardoo Road Willoughby 5 2 2 594 $2,900,000* 24-5-18
      10 Marlborough Road Willoughby 3 2 2 386 $1,860,000 19-5-18
      49 Frenchs Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 538 $2,025,000 19-5-18
      23 Hollywood Cres Willoughby 4 2 1 556 $2,865,000 19-5-18
      8 Rosewall Street Willoughby 4 2 1 619 $2,600,000* 18-5-18
      11 Hudson Ave Willoughby 4 3 2 556 $2,810,000* 12-5-18
      36 Ann Street Willoughby 3 2 2 408 $2,700,000* 11-5-18
      123 Sydney Street Willoughby 5 3 3 682 $2,450,000* 10-5-18
      21 Ward Street Willoughby 5 3 2 467 $3,190,000* 4-5-18
      145 High Street Willoughby 3 1 2 561 $2,250,000 4-5-18
      2a Oakville Road Willoughby 3 2 1 322 $1,850,000* 4-5-18
      9 Nardoo Street Willoughby 3 1 1 700 $2,460,000* 30-4-18
      38 High Street Willoughby 3 2 0 469 $1,990,000* 26-4-18
      88 High Street Willoughby 3 1 1 379 $1,880,000 20-4-18
      32 Robert Street Willoughby 3 1 1 607 $2,700,000 14-04-18
      51 Warrane Road Willoughby 4 2 2 561 $2,670,000 14-4-18
      39 Fourth Avenue Willoughby 3 2 2 531 (Not disclosed) 10-4-18
      12 Rosanna Close Willoughby 4 3 2 349 $2,950,000 30-3-18
      226 High Street Willoughby 2 1 1 316 (not disclosed) 29-3-18
      10 Rosanna Close Willoughby 4 3 2 349 $3,000,000 28-3-18
      11 Small Street Willoughby 3 3 1 360 (Not disclosed) 26-3-18
      5 Zara Road Willoughby 4 3 2 695 $4,455,000 24-3-18
      4 Third Avenue Willoughby 4 4 2 892 $3,800,000 19-3-18
      25 Alexander Avenue Willoughby 3 2 1 558 $3,201,000 17-3-18
      22 Edinburgh Road Willoughby 5 2 3 632 (Not disclosed) 15-3-18
      28 First Avenue Willoughby 3 1 2 700 $2,805,000 14-3-18
      24 Alpha Road Willoughby 4 2 1 620 $1,800,000 12-3-18
      25 Tyneside Avenue Willoughby 4 2 3 581 $3,125,000 10-3-18
      2a Cobar Street Willoughby 2 1 1 350 (Not disclosed) 5-3-18
      27 & 29 Laurel Street Willoughby 7 6 4 1062 (Not disclosed) 2-3-18
      29 Third Avenue Willoughby 4 2 1 556 $3,200,000 2-3-18
      5 Borlaise Street Willoughby 2 1 3 387 $1,773,000 27-2-18
      103 Sydney Street Willoughby 5 3 3 834 $3,600,000 23-2-18
      35 Glover Street Willoughby 3 2 2 556 $2,508,000 23-2-18
      3 Kalgoorlie Street Willoughby 3 2 1 366 $2,040,000 23-2-18
      11/77 Warrane Road Willoughby 5 3 2 551 (Not disclosed) 22-2-18
      184 Sydney Street Willoughby 2 1 1 282 (Not disclosed) 22-2-18
      4a Frenchs Road Willoughby 3 2 1 259 $1,930,000 19-2-18
      4a Harris Street Willoughby 3 2 2 260 (Not disclosed) 17-2-18
      32 Hector Road Willoughby 3 1 0 279 $1,920,000 1-2-18
      13 Neville Street Willoughby 4 2 1 594 $2,770,000 16-01-18
      180 Sydney Street Willoughby 2 1 1 284 $1,600,000 15-12-17
      15 Second Avenue Willoughby 3 2 1 214 $1,452,000 15-12-17
      3 Frenchs Road Willoughby 3 1 1 443 $2,200,000 11-12-17
      52 Fourth Avenue Willoughby 3 1 1 557 $2,125,000 9-12-17
      18 Harris Street Willoughby 2 1 2 284 $1,500,000 9-12-17
      51 Cobar Street Willoughby 3 1 2 571 $2,260,000 2-12-17
      12 Lea Avenue Willoughby 3 1 1 543 $2,155,000 2-12-17
      31 Laurel Street Willoughby 3 3 1 268 $2,300,000 1-12-17
      68D Mowbray Road Willoughby 3 2 2 379 $1,815,000 1-12-17
      7a Armstrong Street Willoughby 2 1 0 247 $1,340,000 29-11-17
      10 Julian Street Willoughby 2 1 1 304 $1,520,000 22-11-17
      6 Penkivil Street Willoughby 4 2 1 613 $2,565,000 21-11-17
      14 Hudson Avenue Willoughby 3 2 2 651 $2,400,000 16-11-17
      13 Bedford Street Willoughby 3 2 2 564 $3,050,000 11-11-17
      17 Kalgoorlie Street Willoughby 3 1 1 626 $2,250,000 10-11-17
      85 High Street Willoughby 3 1 2 607 $2,100,000 4-11-17
      24 Cambridge Street Willoughby 4 3 2 405 $2,310,000 3-11-17
      29 Second Avenue Willoughby 4 2 3 556 $2,450,000 1-11-17
      3 Stephen Street Willoughby 4 2 2 607 $3,050,000 28-10-17
      5 Kalgoorlie Street Willoughby 5 3 3 790 $3,630,000 27-10-17
      22 Lucknow Street Willoughby 5 3 2 569 $3,570,000 27-10-17
      7 Summerville Cres Willoughby 3 1 1 588 $2,350,000 25-10-17
      6 Ann Street Willoughby 3 2 1 417 $2,225,000 23-10-17
      34a Wallace Street Willoughby 4 2 2 322 $2,375,000 17-10-17
      3 Marlborough Road Willoughby 4 2 1 842 $2,800,000 12-10-17
      60 Warrane Willoughby 4 3 0 617 $2,800,000 11-10-17
      6 Frenchs Rd Willoughby 6 4 2 560 $3,730,000 7-10-17
      10 Alexander Ave Willoughby 4 2 2 557 $2,740,000 5-10-17
      23 Horsley Ave Willoughby 5 2 2 556 $2,410,000 30-9-17
      7 Owen Street Willoughby 3 3 2 558 $2,925,000 29-9-17
      17 Ann Street Willoughby 5 3 2 961 $5,150,000 19-9-17
      1 Summerville Cres Willoughby 4 3 2 613 $3,425,000 19-9-17
      15 Gorman Street Willoughby 4 2 1 520 $2,420,000 9-9-17
      74 Edinburgh Road Willoughby 4 2 2 570 $1,920,000 9-9-17
      14 Julian Street Willoughby 4 2 2 461 $2,500,000 8-9-17
      31 Bedford Street Willoughby 2 1 1 404 $2,161,500 8-9-17
      11a Harris Street Willoughby 3 2 2 355 $1,981,570 7-9-17
      13 Second Avenue Willoughby 4 2 2 556 $3,301,001 5-9-17
      8 Stan Street Willoughby 4 3 3 558 Not Disclosed 23-8-17
      92 Alpha Rd Willoughby 5 3 3 581 $2,260,000 23-8-17
      18 Lea Aenue Willoughby 4 3 2 560 Not Disclosed 22-8-17
      4a Macmahon Street Willoughby 3 2 1 210 Not Disclosed 19-9-17
      30 Tulloh Street Willoughby 4 4 2 404 $3,050,000 18-08-17
      29 Eaton Street Willoughby 4 2 1 620 Not Disclosed 12-08-17
      29 Hector Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 318 $2,190,000 8-08-17
      10 Megalong Avenue Willoughby 2 1 2 682 $2,510,000 5-08-17
      63 Marlborough Rd Willoughby 3 2 1 461 $2,450,000 5-08-17
      47 Chiltern Rd Willoughby 3 2 0 387 $2,660,000 4-08-17
      56 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 3 2 2 588 $2,165,000 29-07-17
      2 Stan St Willoughby 3 1 1 556 Not Disclosed 22-07-17
      17 Windsor Rd Willoughby 3 1 2 425 Not Disclosed 16-Jul-17
      38 Frenchs Rd Willoughby 1 1 - 379 $1,835,000 15-Jul-17
      37 Third Ave Willoughby East 5 2 2 556 $4,000,000 15-Jul-17
      54 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 4 3 2 575 $2,410,000 14-Jul-17
      182 Sydney St North Willoughby 3 2 1 296 Not Disclosed 27-Jun-17
      199 Penshurst St North Willoughby 2 1 1 209 Not Disclosed 23-Jun-17
      54 Third Ave Willoughby East 3 1 2 556 $2,405,000 21-Jun-17
      48A Mabel St North Willoughby 3 2 2 343 $2,390,000 17-Jun-17
      4 Crabbes Ave North Willoughby 5 2 2 509 $2,540,000 17-Jun-17
      27 Alpha Rd Willoughby 3 2 2 594 $2,250,000 15-Jun-17
      1 Julian St Willoughby 2 1 1 322 $1,900,000 13-Jun-17
      25 Patrick St North Willoughby 4 3 2 624 $2,850,000 10-Jun-17
      1 Chaleyer St North Willoughby 3 1 2 558 $2,440,000 10-Jun-17
      16 Second Ave Willoughby East 4 3 2 582 Not Disclosed 6-June-17
      12 Forsyth St North Willoughby 3 1 2 575 $2,910,000 3-June-17
      112 Mowbray Rd Willoughby 4 2 3 740 $2,380,000 3-June-17
      18 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 4 2 2 632 $2,780,000 2-June-17
      9b Chaleyer St North Willoughby 4 3 2 531 $2,500,000 1-June-17
      3a Neville St North Willoughby 3 2 2 402 $2,275,000 27-May-17
      10 Glover St North Willoughby 4 2 2 558 $3,450,000 27-May-17
      164a Mowbray Rd Willoughby 2 1 1 242 $1,506,000 24-May-17
      40 Chiltern Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 342 $2,335,000 24-May-17
      72 Alpha Rd Willoughby 2 1 1 272 $1,330,000 18-May-17
      24 Foundation Pl Willoughby 4 3 4 260 $2,920,000 17-May-17
      17 Lea Ave North Willoughby 4 2 2 588 $3,706,000 29-Apr-17
      11 Hollywood Cres North Willoughby 4 2 2 568 $2,890,000 29-Apr-17
      28 Richmond Ave Willoughby 2 2 2 347 $1,705,000 19-Apr-17
      71 High St Willoughby 5 2 3 563 $2,300,000 18-Apr-17
      2/40 Remuera St Willoughby 3 1 1 319 $2,003,000 8-Apr-17
      45 Penkivil St Willoughby 3 1 1 468 $2,350,000 8-Apr-17
      174 Mowbray Rd Willoughby 4 4 2 603 $2,315,000 8-Apr-17
      31 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby East 3 2 3 563 Sold above $2,100,000 8-Apr-17
      88 Eastern Valley Way Willoughby 4 2 2 563 Not Disclosed 7-Ap-17
      9 Windsor Rd Willoughby 3 2 1 280 $3,330,000 6-Apr-17
      18 Bedford St North Willoughby 4 1 1 846 $3,760,000 5-Apr-17
      41 Alpha Rod Willoughby 4 3 2 697 $1,950,000 30-Mar-17
      17 Artarmon Rd Willoughby 3 2 2 714 Not Disclosed 28-Mar-17
      12 Gorman St Willoughby 4 2 1 259 $2,350,000 27-Mar-17
      8 Fourth Ave Willoughby East 3 1 2 556 $2,360,000 24-Mar-17
      20 Windsor Rd Willoughby 4 3 2 607 $2,625,000 18-Mar-17
      37 Alpha Rd Willoughby 5 2 2 556 $2,450,000 18-Mar-17
      14 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 3 2 2 632 $2,525,000 18-Mar-17
      26 Mabel St Willoughby 4 1 3 923 $4,050,000 11-Mar-17
      18 Lucknow St Willoughby 6 3 2 751 $3,450,000 9-Mar-17
      48 Ann St Willoughby East 4 2 2 658 $2,710,000 4-Mar-17
      6 Neville St Willoughby 3 1 1 340 $2,425,000 3-Mar-17
      50a Laurel St Willoughby 3 1 1 266 $1,880,000 27-Feb-17
      25 Second Ave Willoughby East 5 2 1 556 Sold aobve $3,000,000 20-Feb-17
      13 Sydney St Willoughby 4 1 4 613 $2,675,000 11-Feb-17
      50 Hector Rd Willoughby 3 1 3 697 $2,950,000 9-Feb-17
      5 Armstrong St Willoughby 3 2 0 506 Over $2m (confidential) 4-Jan-17
      45 Laurel St Willoughby 5 2 2 557 $2,900,000 5-Jan-16
      15 Julian St Willoughby 3 1 0 323 $1,785,000 21-Dec-16
      29 Mabel St Willoughby 4 3 3 696 $3,800,000 16-Dec-16
     

182 Mowbray Rd

Willoughby 3 2 1 598 $2,123,000 10-Dec16
     

3 Bedford St

Willoughby 3 1 2 405 $2,270,000 3-Dec-16
      4 Summerville Cres North Willoughby 4 2 2 588 $2,900,000 30-Nov-16
      90 Laurel St Willoughby 4 2 2 487 $2,870,000 28-Nov-16
      8 Borlaise St Willoughby 3 1 1 259 $1,740,000 25-Nov-16
      23 Patrick St North Willoughby 5 2 7 639 $3,000,000 21-Nov-16
      12 Tyneside Ave North Willoughby 4 2 2 641 $2,565,000 19-Nov-16
      115 Mowbray Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 519 $1,950,000 19-Nov-16
      25 Laurel St North Willoughby 5 3 3 531 $3,550,000 18-Nov-16
      40 Warrane Rd North Willoughby 4 3 2 556 $2,700,000 16-Nov-16
      526 Willoughby Rd Willoughby 2 2 - 342 $1,300,000 16-Nov-16
      54 Fourth Ave Willoughby East 3 2 1 557 $2,575,000 16-Nov-16
      57 Hector Rd Willoughby 3 1 2 569 $2,420,000 12-Nov-16
      28 Penshurst St Willoughby 3 2 1 390 $2,017,000 12-Nov-16
      40 McClelland St Willoughby East 4 2 2 766 $3,130,000 12-Nov-16
      12A Victoria Ave North Willoughby 4 2 2 555 $2,511,000 11-Nov-16
      16 Windsor Rd Willoughby 5 3 2 600 $2,801,000 9-Nov-16
      31 Mabel St Willoughby 4 2 2 556 $3,171,000 5-Nov-16
      82 Warrane Rd Willoughby 4 3 2 622 $3,630,000 5-Nov-16
      244 High St North Willoughby 4 1 2 658 $2,558,000 5-Nov-16
      2 Foundation Pl Willoughby 4 3 2 1,010 $1,830,000 5-Nov-16
      23A Oakville Rd Willoughby 2 1 1 266 $1,735,000 4-Nov-16
      30 Richmond Ave Willoughby 3 2 2 348 $2,000,000 28-Oct-16
      21 Ward St Willoughby 4 3 1 467 $2,900,000 28-Oct-16
      17 Sydney St Willoughby 5 3 2 613 $2,950,000 28-Oct-16
      15 Harris St Willoughby 4 2 3 740 $2,900,000 27-Oct-16
      7 Sailors Bay Rd Willoughby 5 3 2 531 $2,910,000 14-Oct-16
      44 Bedford St North Willoughby 4 2 1 - $2,420,000 8-Oct-16
      41 Chiltern Rd Willoughby 2 1 1 461 $2,025,000 8-Oct-16
      9 Eaton St Willoughby 5 3 1 526 $2,400,000 5-Oct-16
      18a Macmahon St North Willoughby 2 1 1 312 $1,800,000 30-Sep-16
      35a Oakville Rd Willoughby 4 2 2 575 $2,560,000 26-Sep-16
      19a First Ave Willoughby East 3 2 2 275 $1,900,000 22-Sep-16
      90 Alpha Rd Willoughby 3 2 4 531 $1,970,000 20-Sep-16
      35 Fourth Ave Willoughby East 5 3 2 529 $3,810,000 19-Sep-16
      217 High St North Willoughby 3 1 1 546 $2,050,000 19-Sep-16
      20 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 3 2 4 632 $2,100,000 16-Sep-16
      2 Megalong Avenue Willoughby 3 2 1 683 $1,770,000 10-Sep-16
      28 Ward St Willoughby 4 2 1 468 $2,810,000 10-Sep-16
      1 Clanwilliam St North Willoughby 3 1 2 306 $1,855,000 29-Aug-16
      24A Rosewall St North Willoughby 3 2 2 297 $1,820,000 27-Aug-16
      28 Frenchs Rd Willoughby 4 1 1 765 $2,308,000 27-Aug-16
      128 Eastern Valley Way Willoughby East 4 2 2 526 $1,930,000 25-Aug-16
      2 Laurel St Willoughby 5 4 2 695 $3,400,000 19-Aug-16
      226 High St North Willoughby 2 1 1 316 $1,585,000 18-Aug-16
      21 Wallace St Willougbhy 3 2 2 468 $2,510,000 6-Aug-16
      1 Chiltern Rd Willoughby 3 2 4 701 $2,245,000 6-Aug-16
      11 Third Ave Willoughby East 2 1 1 556 $2,200,000 4-Aug-16
      34 Third Ave Willoughby East 4 2 1 569 $2,425,000 29-Jul-16
      6A Alpha Rd Willoughby 3 2 1 602 $1,303,000 26-Jul-16
      11a Marlborough Rd Willougbhy 4 2 1 461 $2,352,000 22-Jul-16
      2 Pendey St Willoughby 4 3 2 580 $2,630,000 21-Jul-16
      46 Edinburgh Rd Willoughby 4 2 1 540 $1,950,000 18-Jul-16
      2A Bedford St Willoughby 3 2 1 314 $2,000,000 16-Jul-16
      94 Eastern Valley Way Willoughby 4 1 2 556 $1,715,000 9-Jul-16
      81 Tyneside Ave North Willoughby 5 4 2 556 $2,550,000 4-Jul-16
      56 Fourth Ave Willoughby East 3 2 2 1,113 $2,500,000 4-Jul-16
      45 Bedford St North Willoughby 3 2 2 406 $2,266,000 25-Jun-16
      44 Forysth St North Willoughby 9 3 2 635 $2,900,000 25-Jun-16
      75 Mowbray Place Willoughby 4 2 2 569 $3,120,000 22-Jun-16
      200 High St North Willoughby 2 1 1 253 $1,570,000 18-Jun-16
      12 Windsor Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 329 $1,750,000 18-Jun-16
      11 Laurel St Willoughby East 4 2 2 556 $2,725,000 18-Jun-16
      3 Megalong Ave North Willoughby 4 2 2 681 $2,250,000 17-Jun-16
      23 Mabel St Willoughby 4 2 2 598 $2,435,000 11-Jun-16
      200 High St Willoughby 2 1 1 536 $1,570,000 10-Jun-16
      12 Foundation Place Willoughby 4 3 1 227 $2,050,000 9-June-16
      12 Windsor Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 329 $1,750,000 7-Jun-16
      40 Frenchs Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 373 $1,940,000 4-Jun-16
      34 Salisbury Rd Willoughby 3 1 2 - $2,150,000 1-Jun-16
      47 Third Ave Willoughby East 4 3 2 556 $2,930,000 28-May-16
      27 Marlborough Rd Willoughby 4 3 2 469 $2,350,000 27-May-16
      208 High St North Willoughby 4 3 1 663 $2,570,000 21-May-16
      24 Hector Rd Willoughby 3 1 - 278 $1,820,000 21-May-16
      71 Mcclelland St North Willoughby 6 4 2 557 $2,900,000 20-May-16
      30 Alpha Rd Willoughby 4 2 1 550 $1,820,000 17-May-16
      51 Third Ave Willoughby East 4 2 2 556 $2,630,000 14-May-16
      124 High St North Willoughby 3 1 2 607 $1,870,000 13-May-16
      31 Robert St Willoughby East 2 1 2 309 $1,571,111 12-May-16
      247 Penshurst St North Willoughby - - - 699 $2,500,000 11-May-16
      114 Mowbray Rd Willoughby 3 2 2 753 $2,000,000 7-May-16
      43 Penkivil St Willoughby 4 2 2 481 $2,050,000 6-May-16
      18 Tyneside Ave North Willoughby 4 2 1 557 $2,750,000 5-May-16
      11A Bedford St North Willoughby 2 1 1 240 $1,550,000 4-May-16
      16 Chaleyer St North Willoughby 5 3 2 759 $3,508,000 30-Apr-16
      19Lucknow St Willoughby 4 3 2 572 $3,270,000 30-Apr-16
      162 High St North Willoughby 2 1 1 222 $1,480,000 28-Aprl-16
      2A Cobar St Willoughby 2 1 1 350 $1,700,000 23-Apr-16
      68B Mowbray Place Willoughby 4 2 1 382 $1,910,000 20-Apr-16
      2A Remuera St Willoughby 4 3 2 425 $1,900,000 9-Apr-16
      21 Salisbury Rd Willoughby 2 1 - 193 $1,400,000 4-Apr-16
      174 Sydney St North Willoughby 2 1 1 286 $1,486,000 2-Apr-16
      212 Eastern Valley Way Willoughby East 4 3 2 672 $1,585,000 30-Mar-16
      11A Council St North Willoughby 5 3 2 588 $2,850,000 19-Mar-16
      41 Chelmsford Ave Willoughby 4 2 1 577 $2,500,000 19-Mar-16
      45 Marlborough Rd Willoughby 4 2 2 367 $2,015,000 19-Mar-16
      61 Tulloh St Willoughby 3 2 1 373 $2,310,000 19-Mar-16
      33 Robert St Willoughby East 4 2 3 565 $2,250,000 19-Mar-16
      14 Cobar St Willoughby 5 3 2 697 $3,250,000 14-Mar-16
      40 Alexander Ave North Willoughby 3 1 2 563 $2,125,000 12-Mar-16
      13 High St Willoughby 3 1 1 554 $2,040,000 11-Mar-16
      72 Laurel St Willoughby 2 2 1 - Not Disclosed 11-Mar-16
      233 High St North Willoughby 5 3 2 660 $2,720,000 7-Mar-16
      30A Macmahon St North Willoughby 4 3 1 311 $1,720,000 5-Mar-16
      19 Fourth Ave Willoughby East 4 2 1 524 $2,610,000 5-Mar-16
      11 Oakville Rd Willoughby 3 1 1 335 $1,580,000 3-Mar-16
      54 Bedford St North Willoughby 3 2 2 423 $2,150,000 2-Mar-16
      1 Small St Willoughby 3 1 - 316 $1,450,000 2-Mar-16
      233 High St North Willoughby 5 3 2 658 $2,720,000 29-Feb-16
      4 Ward St Willoughby 4 2 1 468 $2,450,000 28-Feb-16
      26 Robert St Willoughby East 4 2 2 550 $2,411,000 24-Feb-16
      20 Warrane Rd Willoughby East 4 2 1 558 $2,400,000 22-Feb-16
      3 Robert St Willoughby East 4 2 2 556 $2,410,000 19-Feb-16
      25 Chaleyer St North Willoughby 3 2 2 426 $1,550,000 17-Feb-16
      5 Remuera St Willoughby 4 3 2 607 $2,300,000 13-Feb-16
      8 Zara Rd Willoughby 3 1 2 697 $1,080,000

13-Feb-16

      24 Ann St Willoughby East 3