Building and Renovating – Freshwater, Curl Curl, Dee Why
The area of Freshwater, Curl Curl and Dee Why is approximately 6.2 square kilometres. Properties in the area are mainly detached houses. They comprise a mix of post-World War II brick houses, weatherboard beach houses and modern double storey home, semi-detached houses, Californian bungalows, post-World War II brick houses, architecturally designed homes, post war apartments and duplexes.
The area has 30 parks covering nearly 15.87% of total area. The population of the area in 2011 was 30,503 people and by 2016 the population was 32,785, showing a population growth of 7.48% in the area. Households are primarily couples with children and childless couples. Currently the median sales price of houses is $2,136,500.
Renovating you home can add value and increased liveability. By modernising bathroom’s, kitchen’s and living spaces homes can be updated quicker than the knock down and rebuild method. This can be better for your budget and the environment.
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The below photos are examples of building and renovation work completed in the Freshwater, Curl Curl and Dee Why area