House prices can vary a lot from state to state, and not just because of what’s available. Location, reputation, economics, structure and more can impact a dwelling’s price, especially in the current buying frenzy. So OzHome News has researched and found the most expensive – currently listed with a price – house in each state!
2/17 Lindsay Street, Narrabundah, ACT 2604
This three-bedroom townhouse sits on 158sqm and is the cheapest house on the list at $1,695,000. While the ACT has had more expensive houses recently, they have all sold, leaving this contemporary offering at the top of the pile!
Soaring high ceilings, polished concrete floors and a solid ash timber staircase welcomes you into this elegant abode. The two-storey dwelling even enjoys multiple al fresco spaces for seamless indoor and outdoor living.
Bree Currall – 0410 633 247
Amy Wilson – 0405 130 332
Belle Property Canberra
New South Wales
961 Barrenjoey Road, Palm Beach, NSW 2108
This landmark residence enjoys a deep waterfront at Sydney’s exclusive Palm Beach. Resort-style living is on display on a grand scale at this 1,126sqm estate, where timeless elegance blends with contemporary sophistication.
Six bedrooms are spread across the three-storey residence, with fantastic outdoor spaces, private boating facilities and world-class Pittwater views. Priced at $14,950,000, the home comes with a self-contained guest suite, gourmet kitchen, and even a 2,000 bottle wine cellar!
Sasha de Bilde – 0415 431 254
Ben McNamara – 0415 587 210
322/8 Gardiner Street, Darwin City, NT 0800
Darwin may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of five-star living, but it certainly holds its own! This two-level, four-bedroom penthouse at the top of Australia will set you back $3.5 million, with plenty of bang for your buck.
On the top floor, entertain from a private terrace by the pool, or relax on the east-facing balcony attached to the spacious master suite. The stunning architecture contains multiple living spaces on both floors, plus you get access to exclusive resident amenities on the lower levels.
Steve Bennett – 0403 189 503
David Booth Real Estate
49-109 Tallebudgera Connection Road, Tallebudgera, Qld 4228
Nestled on the banks of Tallebudgera Creek, Bellagio La Villa is one of the most iconic properties in the Gold Coast hinterland.
On the market for $33 million, the European-inspired estate is surrounded by expertly manicured lawns, and inside is just as opulent. With ten palatial bedrooms and bathrooms you’ll never lack for choice, and the custom-crafted decor in every room wouldn’t be out of place in a palace. The finishing touch is the polished marble floors and soaring ornate ceilings, illuminating every corner of this mind-blowing estate.
Amir Mian – 0401 470 499
Justin Haynes – 0404 713 845
Amir Prestige Property Agents
102-106 Barnard Street, North Adelaide, SA 5006
First noticed by OzHome News in late February, this 150-year-old residence is for sale at a price of $6 – $6.5 million.
The 2,040sqm property enjoys truly lush grounds, plus a flood-let tennis court and tiled pool, and the inside is even better. The two-storey dwelling houses a massive ballroom, formal dining and sitting rooms, library, eight bedrooms, and even a wine cellar. For those looking for a character home, look no further than the old-world charm still alive here in Adelaide’s north.
Bernard Booth – 0418 821 919
Charles Booth – 0408 898 287
Booth & Booth
20 Fitzroy Place, Sandy Bay, Tas 7005
A presitgious property highlighted by OzHome News earlier this year, this former nursing home turned residence is called Derwent Court, and is accepting offers above $3.25 million. Original features like leadlight windows, ornate ceilings, timber wainscotting and dado walling are still on display here, with timber coffer ceilings and exposed rafters making an appearance too.
The versatile layout includes six different living rooms spread across the two floors, an exceptional entryway, and a whopping 18 separate bedrooms. While the building can only be used for residential purposes, there’s a lot of scope in there – turn it into your own private palace, convert it into apartments, or rent it out as luxury accommodation!
Deb Stephens – 0409 125 132
4401A/625 Chapel Street, South Yarra, Vic 3141
Another OzHome News feature, Capitol Grand’s penthouse gives a new meaning to luxury. The $25 million suite enjoys panoramic views of Melbourne thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows that invite a feeling of light and space inside.
Timber flooring, stainless steel and chrome fixtures and integrated shelving create a private paradise that culminates in the plush luxury of the four bedrooms. And there’s no shortage of resident features, including a state-of-the-art gym, 25-metre lap pool, private lounges and room service.
Tina Chauhan – 0481 048 011
Amity Property Group – Melbourne
11/18 Bellevue Terrace, West Perth, WA 6005
The culmination of an 11-storey luxury building, this three-bedroom apartment has incredible panoramic views of Perth, the Swan River and the expansive Kings Park. On the market for offers above $9.75 million, the two-level offering comes with three bedrooms and more than 4,800sqm of space.
Stylish and elegant, all your living requirements can be found on the first floor, while the rooftop level is designed to entertain. From the rooftop terrace, enjoy a full bar, cooking facilities, even a spa, topped off by those incredible views.
BOSS Real Estate – (08) 9227 7752