The top 10 most viewed properties on Zango in 2022

The top 10 most viewed properties on Zango in 2022

Number 10

82 Empire Circuit, Deakin (sold in October for $9 million)


All eyes were on this stately manor when it was for sale four months ago. With its own reception hall, tennis court, pool, manicured lawns and marble everything, it set a suburb record for Deakin and a record for the whole of the ACT.

Number 9

101 Langtree Crescent, Crace (sold in April for an undisclosed amount)


A bespoke residence built by Belford Building, this home in Canberra's north broke the record for Gungahlin at the time. With an industrial urban design, the home offered a sparkling solar heated pool, home theatre and pizza oven: a winning trifecta.

Number 8

10 Gundara Street, Aranda (sold in April for an undisclosed amount)


Tranquil Tasmanian oak floors, flourishing gardens and floor-to-ceiling timber windows made this an inviting property that seemed more like a nature retreat than a home. Our Zango viewers loved it.

Number 7

27 Kondelea Way, Denman Prospect (still for sale)


A French provincial inspired residence fit for a princess, with some of the world's finest inclusions and designer finishes including luxury herringbone floors, a wrought-iron staircase railing, a Himalayan cedar wood fireplace (with custom hand carvings) and rare leathered granite benchtops. It was (and still is) a "oui oui!" from Zango users.

Number 6

3 Dolly McGrath Street, Duffy (sold in December for an undisclosed amount)


This one was definitely a case of 'unassuming outside, extreme wow factor inside'. Located right at the base of Mount Stromlo, the multigenerational home embraces a solar passive design, with an au pair space, plunge pool, chicken coup and separate studio.

Number 5

10 Cobby Street, Campbell (sold in June for $4.602 million)


With a price tag north of $4.6m, this elevated property - backing onto the Mount Ainslie reserve - was the most expensive home ever sold north of the lake at the time. Meticulous English gardens make way for a sweeping circular driveway, triple garage, championship clay tennis court and a sparkling in-ground pool.

Number 4

101 Willandra Lane, Tarago NSW (sold in July for $950,000)


This four-bedroom country cottage was popular with those looking for a tree change. Located just minutes from Bungendore, its sweeping views and serenity matched perfectly with modern convenience.

Number 3

567 Rocky Plain Road, Berridale NSW (sold in March for $1.04 million)


The six-acre "Henley Property" at Berridale was the Dutton Ranch our viewers were seriously lusting after. And it was little wonder, with five spacious bedrooms, a wood fire, a tree-lined driveway and a spacious loft, "Henley" is an idyllic property for a secluded lifestyle.

Number 2

18 Monaro Crescent, Red Hill (sold in May for $6.4 million)


Listed exclusively on Zango, this 1927 period home formerly owned by real estate guru Peter Blackshaw, captured the hearts of Canberrans. Designed by renowned early Canberra architect Kenneth Oliphant, the home features a cellar, a stunning rose garden and a tennis court.

The most viewed property of 2022

12 Callabonna Street, Kaleen (sold in November for $1.55 million)


This contemporary Kaleen home was an absolute winner with our audience. Inside boasted four bedrooms, two ensuites, a secondary kitchen, a 210-bottle glass door wine cellar and Italian tiles. Outside: a sparkling 12m in-ground pool and covered entertaining space, all within walking distance of Kaleen shops. Kaleen does it again!

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