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House on Sydney’s most Instagrammed street hits the market for $3.6million

House on Sydney’s most Instagrammed street hits the market for $3.6million and is ‘going nuts’ – with Chinese buyers desperate to snap it up

  • Tourists flock to Sydney’s ‘most hashtagged street’ for photos with blooming jacaranda trees every Spring
  • A three-bedroom terrace on McDougal Street in Kirribilli has is up for sale with a 3.3-$3.6million guide price
  • The property is attracting buyers from China and Singapore with 50 inquiries in its first 12 hours on the market
  • ‘There’s no question Instagram has been a huge boost to our campaign,’ real estate agent  David Gillan said
  • The modern three-bedroom home has marble features, three fireplaces, a master loft and Milson Park views

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Buyers from China and Singapore are looking to snap up a house on Sydney’s ‘most hashtagged street’ that has hit the market for $3.6million.

Tourists flock to McDougal Street in Kirribilli during Spring to get pictures of blooming jacaranda flowers that make a purple canopy across the road – even if it means blocking cars.  

The three-bedroom terrace brought in 50 inquiries in its first 12 hours on the market with a guide price of $3.3-$3.6million. 

Tourists flock to Sydney’s ‘most hashtagged street’ with a purple canopy of blooming jacaranda flowers in Spring for the perfect picture. Tourists often block the road to get their shot

 'There's no question Instagram has been a huge boost to our campaign,' said Ray White Lower North Shore agent David Gillan. 'It's the most talked about and most hashtagged street in Sydney.'

 ‘There’s no question Instagram has been a huge boost to our campaign,’ said Ray White Lower North Shore agent David Gillan. ‘It’s the most talked about and most hashtagged street in Sydney.’

A three-bedroom terrace on McDougal Street in Kirribilli is up for sale at a 3.3-$3.6million guide price and attracted 50 inquiries in its first 12 hours

A three-bedroom terrace on McDougal Street in Kirribilli is up for sale at a 3.3-$3.6million guide price and attracted 50 inquiries in its first 12 hours

‘A man from China saw the jacarandas last year… now he’s sending down someone to inspect the property for him,’ Ray White Lower North Shore agent David Gillan said. 

He said a woman from Singapore is flying down to see the property for herself.  

Thirty groups came to the first inspection and another 30 are expected for the second.

The 1910-built home has many of its original features but has been renovated for modern living. The living and dining room and marble kitchen open up to a courtyard perfect for entertaining

The 1910-built home has many of its original features but has been renovated for modern living. The living and dining room and marble kitchen open up to a courtyard perfect for entertaining

‘There’s no question Instagram has been a huge boost to our campaign,’ he said. 

‘It’s the most talked about and most hashtagged street in Sydney.’ 

The 1910-built home has many of its original features but has been renovated for modern living. 

A master bedroom in the loft comes with an ensuite and views of Milson Park. The room is air conditioned and creatively uses space for storage

A master bedroom in the loft comes with an ensuite and views of Milson Park. The room is air conditioned and creatively uses space for storage

The view from the master bedroom of Milson Park, one of the most historic parks in Sydney. Trees in Milson Park date back to 1912 including the mature palm trees 

The view from the master bedroom of Milson Park, one of the most historic parks in Sydney. Trees in Milson Park date back to 1912 including the mature palm trees 

The two bathrooms both have bathtubs and include marble detailing. Carrara marble from the North of Tuscany makes up all of the marble in the home

The two bathrooms both have bathtubs and include marble detailing. Carrara marble from the North of Tuscany makes up all of the marble in the home

The living and dining room and marble kitchen open up to a courtyard perfect for entertaining.   

There are three restored fireplaces around the house – one in each living area and one in a bedroom.

The two bathrooms both have bathtubs and include marble detailing.  

Carrara marble from the North of Tuscany makes up all of the marble in the home.

A master bedroom in the loft comes with an ensuite and views of Milson Park. 

It’s located in Kirribilli, one of Sydney’s most sought after suburbs, with a median sale price for houses of $2.33 million, according to CoreLogic data. 

Kirribilli House, the Prime Minister’s second official residence, is famously located in its namesake suburb. 

There are three restored fireplaces around the house - one in each living area and one in a bedroom. The fireplace in the main living room pictured is a gas powered 

There are three restored fireplaces around the house – one in each living area and one in a bedroom. The fireplace in the main living room pictured is a gas powered 

One of three restored fireplaces in the house. This one is located in the living and dining area 

One of three restored fireplaces in the house. This one is located in the living and dining area 

Carrara marble in the kitchen matches the marble in both bathrooms. The kitchen, living, dining and courtyard areas are all open plan

Carrara marble in the kitchen matches the marble in both bathrooms. The kitchen, living, dining and courtyard areas are all open plan

  

 

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