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NSW: $31.3b Total value of property sold 29% Sales were rural/ agricultural 63,907 Houses and rural/agricultural property sales Landmark Harcourts Benchmark | 7 New South Wales Agriculture/Rural 100 Ha to 1,000 Ha Agriculture/Rural 1,000 Ha+ Region Sales vol. Median price Total value Sales vol. Median price Total value Capital Region 226 $590,000 $198,960,560 10 $643,500 $17,423,285 Central West 349 $660,000 $337,887,936 32 $1,553,369 $113,512,142 Coffs Harbour – Grafton 56 $420,000 $45,682,900 4 $8,985,000 Far West and Orana 152 $674,456 $151,308,264 93 $1,445,065 $179,464,656 Hunter Valley exc Newcastle 72 $735,500 $82,106,820 5 $37,534,000 Illawarra 0 $0 0 $0 Mid North Coast 97 $500,000 $57,461,811 4 $5,530,928 Murray 130 $834,544 $177,479,557 19 $3,145,000 $71,773,040 New England and North West 420 $720,000 $579,344,619 71 $2,990,400 $422,244,409 Newcastle and Lake Macquarie 1 $2,984,712 0 $0 Richmond – Tweed 57 $500,000 $42,402,520 0 $0 Riverina 193 $812,855 $265,775,562 14 $2,055,610 $38,166,635 Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven 7 $35,475,000 1 $850,000 Data covers sales for the 12 months to November 2017. Jack Thomas Landmark Harcourts Tenterfield Jack Thomas has 10 years’ sales experience including residential and rural property sales and valuations. Not to mention property management. After being involved in residential sales in Warwick, Tamworth, Bundaberg and Brisbane, Jack has now established a base in Tenterfield where he will specialise in residential, rural and lifestyle real estate. Combined with a Bachelor of Business and Property Economics at the University of Central Queensland and Griffith University, Jack relies on his knowledge and experience to advise and achieve the best results for both his customers and clients in all sectors of real estate. He also brings passion and enthusiasm for property, along with a desire to share & influence daily to help buyers and sellers with buying and selling a home, a major transition life for most. Jack says the local market around Tenterfield is booming: “We’ve seen a huge turnaround in the past three years – the median price has increased about 18%.” He credits infrastructure developments in the area with strengthening the demand. “There’s good growth in the area, and we’re seeing a lot of first-home buyers and young families coming to the area. Lifestyle properties are also in high demand.” 93 Molesworth St, Tenterfield $1,250,000 This beautiful four-bedroom, two-bathroom heritage home is on a massive 2,023m2 block within walking distance to the CBD. The home comes with a modern kitchen with a walk-in pantry, open dining space, along with a functioning Canberra wood stove and air-conditioning throughout the home. It also comes with built in fire places in the main bedroom and second bedroom, with the main bedroom having the extra comforts of a sewing room, walk-in wardrobe and modern ensuite. The property comes with plenty of shed space including a four-bay shed with workshop and a three-bay shed, 25,000L and 22,700L Tankmasta tanks, bird aviary, sand pit and still has plenty of backyard area left. Along with its beautifully presented gardens and yard, you can relax and entertain outside on one of the two verandas. One veranda is fully enclosed, and entertaining is made easy with its modern kitchen and dining area. The home comes with an attractive annual income in the form of a school bus run and certified depot in the garage at the rear of the property – an ideal guaranteed income and opportunity to work from home! Land area 2032m2 Property Type Residential P 0457 321 637 E jack.thomas@landmarkharcourts.com.au Landmark Harcourts Tenterfield Lot 1 Western Boundary Rd, Tenterfield


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