Located amongst Sydney’s magnificent Eastern coastline, Dover Heights has long been revered as one of the most desirable suburbs to reside. Much the same as the neighbouring areas of Bondi, Vaucluse and Rose Bay - the landscape is heavily strewn with expansive parks, tree lined streets and some of the cities oldest homes, unsurprisingly - by the 1950s just about every remaining block of land saw development, this came at the height of popularity for what are now affectionately referred to as beach shacks or classic Australiana asbestos fibreboard homes.


By the end of the 1980’s, many of the non heritage homes in the region had either been renovated beyond recognition or demolished to make way for houses designed at the peak of style and sophistication (the 80s) but regardless of the outcome by the point 2017 came around - it is just about time to start the process all over again.

If you own property in the eastern suburbs, give yourself a pat on the back. Not only does this coveted corner of Sydney claim some of the country’s most iconic homes and spectacular views, it also records the highest median property prices.
— — Domaine.com.au - Feb 28, 2016


In what is slowly becoming a trend in property sales, this home was purchased with commissioned plans and development approval included with the title in the bill of sale. This basically means that once the property conveyors have dotted their I’s and crossed their T’s that Home Demolitions can move in straight away and get on with the task at hand. A slightly challenging job given the gradient of the property, it was certainly worth the extra effort though to appreciate the scenic view of Sydney’s iconic city skyline. Despite prevailing torrential rain and tightly winding streets, this site was cleared entirely and ready to hand over to the builder in a matter of days.