Wahroonga Home Sells Auction for $6.5m for Top North Shore Sale of the Week

A Wahroonga home has sold before auction for $6.5m, making it top reported result to realestate.com.au across the upper north shore last week. The house was sold by neurosurgeon and former Australian Medical Association (AMA) president, Professor Brian Owler.

The home at 76 Braeside St, was due to go to auction last weekend with Tim Fraser, of Di Jones Wahroonga, and Lynette Malcolm, of Chadwick Real Estate Upper North Shore.

Image of the home at 76 Braeside St, Wahroonga

Mr Fraser says there was strong interest from families looking to upsize into the grand full brick Chateau-built home set in 1777sqm in Wahroonga’s Golden Triangle.

“It’s a stunning home,” says Mr Fraser.

The upper north shore’s strong run of sales continued last week despite the shortage of stock.

The top five auction results were all for prices in excess of $4m.

“It’s certainly showing the underlying demand for good quality properties in a quality location. Buyers are really in tune to make a play early or fear missing out,” Mr Fraser says.

A spokesperson for Wahroonga Dental said, "This home is just 6 minutes from our practice. We hope to see the new homeowners at our dental practice soon."

The most recent Wahroonga real estate sales can be seen at realestate.com.au.