The suburb where houses sell for more than $4 million



There's been plenty of talk of a housing decline, but you'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise judging by these sales.

The most expensive auctions from last weekend have been revealed by APM PriceFinder, with a home in Sydney's Longueville recording the highest sale price.

The four-bedroom, architect-designed home with waterfront views to Tambourine Bay and an Italian marble spa suite fetched an eye-watering $4,255,000 at auction. 

That compares to a current median house price of $2.98 million for the suburb, according to CoreLogic RP Data. 

The best results for Australia's five leading capital city auction markets are below. 

Sydney

19 Dettmann Avenue, Longueville

Auction price: $4,255,000

Image source: McGrath Lane Cove via Domain.com.au 

Melbourne 

49 William Street, Brighton

Auction price: $3,902,000

Image source: Buxton Brighton via Domain.com.au

Adelaide

83 Cremorne Street, Malvern 

Auction price: $1,291,000

Image source: Harris Real Estate Glenelg via Domain.com.au

Brisbane

20 Trevi Street, Eight Mile Plains 

Auction price: $1,238,888

Image source: LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills via Domain.com.au

Canberra

21 Grey Street, Deakin 

Auction price: $1,295,000

 Image source: LJ Hooker Manuka via Domain.com.au

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