Top eight most prestigious homes for sale across the country

Looking for a breathtaking luxury home in one of Australia’s most prestigious suburbs? Whether you want to live in the heart of a capital or escape to the hinterland, we have what you need with this range of prestigious homes currently on the market.

Chevallum

With a home reminiscent of a grand Italian villa, the award-winning Immanuel Estate is a four-hectare property an hour’s drive from Brisbane’s CBD.

25 Glenn Vista Pl Chevallum. Photo: Supplied

Remarkable for its size and opulence, the house features a nine-meter-high entrance hall, carved stone fireplaces, decadent bathrooms, a huge terrace overlooking a 14-meter swimming pool and guest quarters autonomous.

Linda Shore-Perez of Villa Prestige Properties is selling the house with a guide for $20 million.

Chevallum QLD 4555

Toorak

The Eckersley-designed gardens are a highlight of this Mediterranean-style home.

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5 Highgate Hill Toorak. Photo: Supplied

The kitchen-family room and living-dining room open through folding doors and colonnaded arches to a beautifully landscaped north-facing pool, separate spa and cabana.

RT Edgar Toorak’s Max Ruttner is running an expressions of interest campaign through April 7 with a $7.5-8 million guide.

5 Highgate Hill, Toorak VIC 3142

5 Highgate Hill, Toorak VIC 3142

Randwick

Built in 1885, this Italianate Victorian mansion has been significantly upgraded to include a two-bedroom guest cottage and swimming pool set in lush gardens.

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9-11 Dutruc St Randwick. Photo: Supplied

Known as one of the finest estates in Randwick, the house is perfectly located on a secluded street close to the town centre, the village of Frenchmans Road and the best schools.

PPD Real Estate’s Alexander Phillips is putting the house up for auction on April 9 with a $7 million guide.

9-11 Dutruc St, Randwick NSW 2031

9-11 Dutruc St, Randwick NSW 2031

ocean grove

A celebration of off-form concrete and spectacular ocean views, this contemporary residence is well equipped to accommodate a crowd.

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121 Dare St Ocean Grove. Photo: Supplied

There’s a teppanyaki bar that seats eight, a wine tasting room, a home cinema, a gas-heated pool and spa, a glass kitchen imported from Roger Seller, living areas and large sun-facing terraces. north on two of the three levels.

The four-bedroom home includes a five-car garage and an elevator.

It is listed with Ben Roberts of Bellarine Property with a price guide of $7.5 million.

121 Dare Street, Ocean Grove VIC 3226

121 Dare Street, Ocean Grove VIC 3226

Graceville

It’s just a hop, hop and hop to the train station, cafes and restaurants from there Elegant Queenslanderlocated on 1167 m² of landscaped grounds.

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37 Rakeevan Rd Graceville. Photo: Supplied

The two-story, six-bedroom home offers a choice of five living areas, including a library and home theater, and there’s a marble Wyer + Craw kitchen.

The family can relax by the pool or work out in the gym and there is covered accommodation for seven cars.

37 Rakeevan Road, Graceville QLD 4075

37 Rakeevan Road, Graceville QLD 4075

McGrath Paddington’s Alex Jordan expects interest in excess of $5 million.

Bellevue Hill

A mansion designed by the architect André Porebski, Tarrant Enjoys a location in the village near private schools and shops in the village.

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2D Tarrant Avenue Bellevue Hill. Photo: Supplied

Featuring an elliptical 11.6 meter reception hall with a domed ceiling and a grand staircase, the three-level house has six bedrooms, spacious living areas, several terraces and a self-contained apartment on the ground floor.

There is also a wine cellar and a northeast-facing swimming pool.

2D Tarrant Avenue, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023

2D Tarrant Avenue, Bellevue Hill NSW 2023

Michael Dunn of Richardson & Wrench Double Bay directs $20 million to $22 million for the expressions of interest campaign.

Seaforth

Boasting picture-postcard views of Middle Harbour, this thoughtfully designed three-story home offers direct access to a secluded beach, jetty, jetty and saltwater swimming pool.

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25a Battle Boulevard Seaforth. Photo: Supplied

Perfect for young families or small local groups, bespoke finishes include engineered wood flooring, a semi-open kitchen with lightly marbled Caesarstone, heated Italian textured tiles in the bathroom, and plenty of entertaining areas interiors and exteriors.

Geoff Smith of Ray White Lower North Shore is putting the house up for auction April 9 with a $4.5 million guide.

25a Battle Boulevard, Seaforth NSW 2092

25a Battle Boulevard, Seaforth NSW 2092

South Glenelg

Set high on the sand dunes of a corner development, this historic waterfront dating from circa 1916 exudes timeless elegance.

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36 South Esplanade Glenelg South. Photo: Supplied

Offering a unique chance to live in a heritage home directly on the coast, the residence features character features including French doors, a sandstone balcony, large wine cellar, leaded windows, high ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces.

Booth & Booth Real Estate’s Jamie Brown is accepting expressions of interest with a $4.5-4.95 million guide.

36 South Esplanade, South Glenelg SA 5045

36 South Esplanade, South Glenelg SA 5045

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