Newcastle property market: Three hot listings under $650,000

This property at 27 Vickers Street, Mayfield West has a guide of $600,000-$640,000. Picture: Lane Campos.

It has pristine beaches, lakes, vineyards and a median house price of $600,000.

Newcastle is filled with beauty and opportunity, and with more and more Sydneysiders working from home due to COVID-19, some experts are predicting that regional areas could soon benefit from an influx of workers who may now be willing to work remotely on a permanent basis.

For first homebuyers looking for a sea change, there are plenty of ‘Newy’ listings in great areas under $650,000.


A character home on the city-fringe of Newcastle, this property at 27 Vickers St has a cool urban appeal.

Classic meets contemporary. Picture: Lane Campos.

Open-plan rustic kitchen.

With high ornate ceilings and beautifully polished floorboards, it features an open-plan rustic kitchen, a deep wraparound front veranda, French doors opening onto a covered deck and a fenced backyard.

It is in walking distance to the university and is a 12 minute drive to Honeysuckle, Newcastle CBD and the beaches. It has a price guide of $600,000-$640,000.

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Close to all the action, this two-bedroom apartment at 2/42 Lemnos Parade, The Hill is just 650m to the famous cafes and restaurants on Darby Street and 1500m to the stunning Bar Beach.

Set on a refurbished block. Picture: Robinson Property.

Filtered ocean views.

Cute and in great condition.

The apartment is set on a refurbished block and includes Caesarstone kitchen benchtops, full-height bathroom tiling and climate controlled airconditioning.

Enjoy an afternoon bevy on the glass-framed balcony where you can sit and take in the surrounding city, harbour and mountain views.

The apartment has a price guide of $399,000-$425,000 and was returning $420 per week in rental income.

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Breath in the salty sea air – this two bedroom apartment at 3/15 Ranclaud Street, Merewether is just one street away from Newcastle’s most famous surf beach.

Nicely groomed common grounds. Picture: McGrath Newcastle.

Renovated living spaces.

Newcastle’s most famous surf beach.

This unit has a northern aspect with sunny light filled kitchen, living and private balcony.

The renovated kitchen and bathroom feature Travertine stone feature walls and the large main bedroom includes an open industrial style robe.

A large common grassed yard area at rear of the block is perfect for entertaining and the apartment also comes with its own single automatic garage.

One street from beaches, ocean baths, surf club and surfhouse, the cute little pad comes with a price guide of $560,000 – $590,000.