How the pandemic served serious growth

The sheer resilience of the Wentworth Point market has been an undoubted anchor throughout the pandemic, with its rising median recording 17 impressive, consecutive increases over the last 24 months. 

The median price of a unit in Wentworth Point has soared from $715,400 in March 2020, to $745,000 in April 2022, serving homeowners with significant growth, and instilling buyers with the evidence needed to build their confidence in the suburb’s long-term potential.

The growth doesn’t end here, and there is still great value and variety to be found. We’ve had two very active long weekends in a row, exchanging four very different and distinguished properties: flawlessly finished E308/1 Gauthorpe Street, Rhodes; seamlessly connected 901/1 Footbridge Boulevard; spectacularly aesthetic 2207/11 Wentworth Place, and luxurious 1507/11 Wentworth Place.

If you’ve been on the fence about buying, now is a suitable time to talk to us about making your move. We have four new properties set to launch this week: 501/19 Verona Drive; a two bed with balcony overlooking gardens; 1304/10 Burroway Road, a sunlit two bed in Regatta with partial water views; 615/21 Hill Road, an entry level, two bed corner apartment in Paros with dual balconies; and 224/68 River Road, Ermington, a private two bed with low strata and study nook.
Interested in the finer details around how Wentworth Point infrastructure will cater to the new high school being built? NSW planning has now responded to all public submissions. You can read them here.


Alexander Chidiac
Alex’s commitment to excellence and the ability to meticulously plan, execute and effectively adapt to change has earnt him an exceptional reputation within the industry.