Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Historic Lorn home tipped to break Maitland's residential sale record

From the Maitland Mercury report:
Historic Lorn property Warrane is tipped to break the record for residential sales in Maitland with calls for expressions of interest over $2 million.
Selling agent Rhonda Nyquist of PRD nationwide hopes the Belmore Road home breaks the $2 million mark and fetches $2.5 million.

Warrane’s owner Kylee Hughes bought the property 12 years ago and has carried out extensive renovations to the home, which is believed to be about 130 years old.
Warrane was built by Richard Windeyer Thompson, the son of surveyor-general John Thompson and his wife, Ann, who was the eldest daughter of Charles Windeyer, the first police magistrate in Sydney.

Full article available at Maitland Mercury, Jan. 3, 2016.