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Hunters Hill / Woolwich / Longueville Suburb Profile

By Pillinger

Hunters Hill/ Woolwich has remained an exclusive enclave with only one point of access and egress. Portions of it look directly at the Bridge. For a long period it was relatively undiscovered, but with easy accessibility the city by land and water, and good schooling close by,  it is a quiet family suburb. Compared to pricing on Lower North Shore and Eastern Suburbs it is relatively affordable. Despite having a high percentage of heritage properties, foreign investment has always been high, particularly the Asian sector, in the last decade. In last few years the specific purchases have been with a view I believe to being lifetime residents.

We have been fortunate to make a host of significant sales in Hunters Hill, Woolwich and Linley Point and at one stage my father held the Longueville record for the highest profile sale.  Despite the frantic offshore and asian purchases, this was our sale to former Treasurer Joe Hockey of 52 Woolwich Rd, Hunters Hill for $3,500,000 in 2004. We resold it this year and it settled yesterday for an undisclosed sum to an undisclosed purchaser, suffice to say over double what he paid.


The top 5 Suburb sales are as follows:

2 The Point Road, Woolwich
Sale Price $22,180,000



8 North  Parade, Hunters Hill
Sale Price $18,000,000

18 The Point Rd, Woolwich
Sale Price $13,500,000

1 Chevalier Cres, Hunters Hill
Sale Price $12,850,000


12 Chevalier Cres, Hunters Hill
Sale Price $12,500,000