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By Alanna Ngo
ROSES are red, violets are blue, there’s so much to love about these beautiful homes on the market we’d like to share with you.

While flowers are sweet and diamonds are a girl’s best friend, surely a new home trumps the lot this Valentine’s Day (or any)?

So, we’ve searched our latest listings to bring you some of the hottest properties across the country with strong ‘The Bachelor’ mansion potential.

First to Sydney where $4.5 million to $4.95 million may secure ‘Wirepe’, a landmark home at 69 Hastings Rd, Warrawee (above).Dating back to 1893, the beautiful character six bedroom home is on a 1818sq m parcel of land behind a gated exterior.

It’s a short walk to the train, bus, Knox Grammar, Warrawee Public and Wahroonga Village.

Ray White Wahroonga director David Walker was raised at Wirepe, with his parents selling the property in 2002.

In a twist of fate, Mr Walker is now taking the home to auction on Saturday, March 9 at 4pm at Turramurra Masonic Hall.

In Melbourne, Ray White Balwyn’s Helen Yan regularly lists beautiful homes so it’s no surprise to see she’s responsible for the expressions of interest campaign on 1A Cascade St, Balwyn North (above).On the market with an indicative selling price of $3.8 million to $4 million, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom residence with a swimming pool is in the heart of the prestigious Riverside Estate.

The three-level layout includes an entertainment area with wet bar, theatre, wine cellar, timber circular staircase, and multiple formal and casual living and dining rooms.

The expressions of interest campaign closes Tuesday, March 5 at 5pm.

Just a 30 minute drive north of Brisbane is one of Bridgeman Downs’ finest acreage homes, which is on the market through Ray White Bridgeman Downs’ Sonya Treloar.Scheduled to go to auction on Saturday, March 2 at midday, the grand property at 23 Neville Rd (above) is accessible via an electric gate with intercom security.

Aside from the five-bedroom, four-bathroom main house, there’s also a swimming pool, playground, championship-size floodlit tennis court, tennis pavilion with kitchenette and bathroom, dam, triple-car garaging, shed with extra storage, and landscaped gardens.

Meantime, south of Brisbane, a Gold Coast beauty is going to auction this Sunday at 1pm through Ray White Sovereign Islands’ Edin Kara and Ali Mian.The 1048sq m waterfront residence at 7 Brittanic Crescent, Sovereign Islands (above) is one of the signature lavish properties on arguably the best block on the Sovereign Islands with priceless views of the Broadwater and hinterland.

There’s also a pontoon suitable for a 100ft boat, and 37m water frontage.

Sovereign Islands is a prestigious island estate in the middle of the Broadwater offering landscaped parks and 24 hour security.

Prime Adelaide seaside real estate can be secured for around $1.1 million to $1.15 million through Ray White Port Adelaide’s Nick Psarros.The Mediterranean-style beachfront home at 367 Lady Gowrie Drive, Osborne (above) has uninterrupted ocean views and is only 20 minutes from the CBD.

There are five bedrooms including a teenager’s retreat or studio, as well as an upper level conservatory with all-weather slide-track blinds so entertaining isn’t hampered by the climate.

Local attractions include the North Haven Surf Life Saving Club and Cruising Yacht Club of South Australia, while there are plenty of popular restaurants across the marina.

Offers are being accepted on a classic Claremont residence in Perth until Tuesday, February 26 at 6pm.The circa 1920s family home at 29 Hammond Rd (above) is on the market through Ray White Dalkeith | Claremont’s Vivien Yap.

There’s a separate self-contained studio with its own street entrance, as well as a swimming pool, courtyard and built-in barbecue.

Finally to Tasmania where romance is still well and truly alive.Ray White Hobart’s Ant Manton is running an expressions of interest campaign on a waterfront home at 1 Koomela Rd, Lindisfarne (above).

The 1214sq m property has impressive views of the River Derwent, Tasman Bridge, CBD and Mount Wellington.

Offered to the market for the first time in more than 35 years, this prime piece of eastern shore real estate is in one of the area’s most desirable waterfront locations.

Sourced: www.raywhite.com

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