Property NSW, on behalf of Family and Community Services, has listed a further five properties for sale in Millers Point, including a block of seven apartments and adjoining terraces.
One of the five properties is a pair of adjoining terraces located at 26-28 Fort Street, a short walk from Dawes Point, The Rocks and Walsh Bay.
These terraces, with views of Sydney Harbour Bridge, are currently configured as seven one-bedroom apartments and feature a private rear garden and outdoor entertainment space.
The terraces will be sold via auction by Ray White Real Estate on Friday 7 April 2017.
Also listed is the heritage-listed former Hit or Miss Hotel at 69 Windmill Street.
The renowned local pub was licensed from 1852 until 1923.
It later operated as a migrant hostel, before it was remodeled into five apartments in the 1930s.
The apartments which comprise the building will be sold as a single property.
The other three Millers Point properties listed for sale include:
- 1 Windmill Street – three bedroom corner terrace with harbour views
- 14-16 Trinity Avenue – two terraces (to be sold as a single property)
- 52 Kent Street – three bedroom terrace plus study
The above four properties will be sold via auction through McGrath Estate Agents on Wednesday 5 April 2017.
A total of 125 Millers Point properties have been sold to date, delivering circa $347 million for reinvestment in social housing.
All purchasers of properties in the Millers Point sales program must adhere to NSW Heritage Council-endorsed Conservation Management Plans, which detail heritage maintenance obligations and the works permitted on the properties.