47 Southee Road, Richmond, NSW 2753

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47 Southee Road, RICHMOND
Land size: 556 sqm
Auction | Must be SOLD!
Secure Parking Built In Robes
Good Quality Home Walk straight in and simply UNPACK your bags within this beautifully presented family sized 3 bedroom home that ticks all the boxes!
Situated within a the heart of Hobartville, we literally could not have found you a better option to consider! All the hard work has been done for you, whether you have a young growing family to accommodate, looking to get your foot in the door to buy your first home, or planning to purchase an easy investment property? This spacious open planned styled home comes packed with features that are too good to pass up! The team at First National Connect would like to strongly recommend all buyers to be quick as opportunities like these don't last long.

Key Features Included;

-3 Spacious bedrooms, built in robes & ceiling fans
-Updated kitchen and bathroom
-Polished timber floors throughout
-Drive through lock up carport + DOUBLE CAR GARAGE
-Ready for you to move straight in
-Zoned R3
-Walkable distance to schools, shops & transportation services

Opportunities like these do not last long and it will be sold at Auction on the 14th of October, 2021 @5pm via Online Zoom Meeting.
Buyers will be provide with registration link & zoom link prior to Auction. Be sure to contact Yuri Cattaneo 04261456578 to book an inspection today.

| First National Connect | Richmond | Windsor | Rouse Hill | Office |

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Whether you are looking to upsize, buy your first home or relocate to the beautiful Redbank estate, this wonderful 4 bedroom home ticks all the boxes. Situated in the heart of North Richmond, you will be only a stones throw away to all amenities the local area has to offer, including cafes, shops, schools etc.

Features Include:

- 4 Spacious Bedrooms

- 2 Huge Living Areas

- Modern Kitchen

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LOOK NO FURTHER! Situated at the end of a culdesac in a private & quiet tranquil location only 10 minutes away from Windsor & North Richmond, this exquisite elevated private acreage property offers you an amazing split level home that comes equipped with endless amounts of living spaces designed to accommodate large & growing families. Whether you're looking for a lifestyle change, planning to up-size within a peaceful community setting, planning to own a couple of horses or simply require driveable side access to park your trucks, boats and more, be assured we've found the right one for you. We strongly recommend buyers to be quick because rare opportunities like these don't last long.

Key features:

- 4 Comfortably sized bedrooms, built in wardrobes & ceiling fans
- 1 Bathroom, laundry with extra toilet
- Large open planned style kitchen with enormous dining room
- Split level family sized living room, perfect for large families PLUS capable of accommodate guests comfortably
- Undercover BBQ entertainment area completed
- 2 Split system air conditioning systems + slow burning combustion fire place within main living room
- Large 9m x 7m shed
- Approx. 2.5 Acres | Property offers a mixture of natural bush land & arable acreage with plentiful side access perfect for buyers looking for a hobby farm

This property represents best value in person and must be seen to be fully appreciated | We have clear instructions to sell the property | Don't miss out on this opportunity call to enquire today | Yuri Cattaneo 0426145678 | First National Connect | Richmond & Windsor Office |

4 Bosworth Street, RICHMOND
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This uniquely built 3 bedroom home is truly a rare find, located within the heart of Richmond's CBD including shopping centres, restaurants and cafes, public transport, schools, parks and picnic areas.

With the highest level of finishes, the property offers,

- 3 bedrooms with built-ins

- Main bedroom with stunning ensuite and walk-in robe

- Plantation shutters

- Ducted air conditioning and ceiling fans

- French provincial inspired kitchen with high grade marble benchtops, stainless steel appliances and dishwasher

- Built in feature lounge

- Separate lounge and dining areas

- Dining area with built in wall unit and access to alfresco area through the glass bi-folding doors

- Timber deck alfresco area with 2 ceiling fans

- Classic chic contemporary bathrooms

- Fabulous functioning laundry with plenty of storage space

- CCTV setup, alarm, video intercom

- Auto double lock up garage

- Low maintenance yard

An inspection of this property is a must!!

4 Castlereagh Rd, WILBERFORCE
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Yuri Cattaneo @ First National Connect Richmond & Windsor office is proud to present this unique opportunity nothing comes close to comparing.
SIZE DOES MATTER within this massive double brick built 4 bedroom home capable of accommodating the whole family and more. Perfect opportunity for buyers seeking those looking extra storage or looking for a blank canvas to make it their own. Conveniently positioned at a walkable distance to school, transportation services & local shops.
We strongly recommend all buyers will have to be quick as properties like these don't last long!

Key Features Included:

-4 Bedrooms, master with walk in robe & built + enormous sized ensuite
-3 bedrooms located upstairs and 1 downstairs / currently used as a study
-2 Bathrooms, main bathroom recently renovated + shower & toilet within laundry
-Formal lounge and dining
-Rumpus room / secondary living room finished with a wooden style bar
-Ducted air conditioning
-Clean 1000m2 block, free of any easements, perfect for buyer planning to build a shed / implement a pool
-Currently leased out for $550 per week until the 26th of September, 2021

We have clear instructions to sell this property. Contact Yuri Cattaneo 0426145678 for more information or book an inspection!

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$1,200,000 - $1,250,000

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Features Include:

- 5 Spacious Bedrooms
- 2 Huge Living Areas
- Modern Kitchen
- Stylish Bathroom
- Ducted Air Conditioning
- Open Plan Living
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- Large 716m2 Block Size
- Garden Shed
- Alfresco Area

Inspection is a must!

320 Macquarie Street, SOUTH WINDSOR
NEW PRICE! $950,000 - $1,050,000

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Features Include:

- Four Spacious Bedrooms with Built-In Wardrobes

- Modern Kitchen

- Updated Appliances

- Modern Bathroom

- Ducted Air Conditioner

- Solar Power

- Lock Up Shed

- Studio at Rear

- Lock up Garage

- Huge Backyard

- In-Ground pool

- R3 Zoned Quarter Acre Block

- Rear Lane Access

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11 Price Lane, AGNES BANKS

Situated on five lush, gently sloping acres in an idyllic private location, this charming family home on town water encompasses one of the most stunning mountain views in the Hawkesbury.

This home oozes charm and character with its storybook cottage appearance, high ceilings and ornate cornices.

The generous sized formal lounge room has a tiled entry area and floor-to-ceiling picture windows that overlook the verandah and property grounds.

A large country style kitchen features quality slate flooring, plentiful cupboard and pantry space, and adjoins a separate air-conditioned dining area, enhanced with downlights. The living area leads out to an enormous alfresco area with glorious mountain views, where you can sit back and relax.

There are endless possibilities on how to utilise the huge air conditioned 6m x 4m (approx) Rumpus room: With hard-wearing slate flooring, this fabulous area could transform into a Man-cave, teenage retreat, hobby room or a myriad of other uses only limited by your imagination.

All four bedrooms (two upstairs) are equipped with built-in robes. A stylish bathroom with separate bath is also on the ground floor adjacent to the bedrooms.

A large barn-style garage with tiled roof provides accommodation for two prized vehicles.

Fully-fenced and with town water, this acreage lends itself well to market gardening or a range of agricultural pursuits, (STCA)but is equally well-suited to simply enjoying a tranquil rural lifestyle.

This beautiful property is in the town of Agnes Banks on the fringe of development, and is one of the Hawkesbury's most sought-after locations, being semi-rural yet just 5 minutes from Richmond, and 10 minutes from Penrith in the foothills of the Blue Mountains.

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Purchasing Steps


Buying a property is often the biggest financial decision that a person will make, and making an offer is a significant step in that process.

Be prepared before submitting an offer to the agent or vendor (seller) by understanding the sales process and what follows.

Obtain a copy of the sale contract as soon as possible and have it examined by either a licensed conveyancer or solicitor. Doing this before making an offer will save time if you need to make a decision quickly about whether to buy a property. Also, having your finance pre-approved before making an offer will help speed things up.

Offers can be made verbally or in in writing. Putting offers forward in writing (eg. email) may help you keep track of negotiations and confirm why an offer wasn’t accepted.


Once you make an offer, if you and the vendor agree on the price, you are one step closer to owning the property but it doesn’t mean that you have finalised the sale!

Before exchanging contracts, the seller may negotiate with other buyers for a higher offer, even if you have made an expression of interest payment. If the seller accepts another offer and exchanges contracts with that party, any prospective buyer who misses out on the property (despite a verbal agreement) is gazumped.


When you buy a residential property in NSW, there is a 5 business-day cooling-off period after you exchange  contracts. During this period, you may get out of the contract as long as you give a written notice. The cooling-off period starts as soon as you exchange and ends at 5pm on the fifth business day after exchange.

A cooling-off period does not apply if you buy a property at auction or exchange contracts on the same day as the auction after it is passed in.

You can waive the cooling-off period by giving the vendor a ‘66W certificate’. This is a certificate that meets the requirements of section 66W of the Conveyancing Act 1919. The certificate needs to be signed by your solicitor or conveyancer. It is also possible to reduce or extend the cooling-off period by written agreement with the vendor.

If you use your cooling-off rights and withdraw from the contract during the 5 business-day period, you will have to pay the vendor 0.25% of the purchase price. This works out to be $250 for every $100,000.

Sometimes, there are more buyers looking for homes than there are properties on the market. This is called a sellers’ market. In this case, you may want to organise a quick contract exchange. This way you can reduce the possibility of someone beating your offer and get your building and pest inspections done during the cooling-off period. You will still be able to back out if there is a problem. However, it is important to have the contract checked by your solicitor or conveyancer before you sign it.

If your solicitor or conveyancer has examined certificates from the appropriate authorities, a pest and building inspection has been done and your finance has been approved, then deciding to waive the cooling-off period could make your offer more attractive to the vendor.


An auction is a gathering of potential buyers who publicly bid for a property. It is usually conducted by an estate agent, acting as an auctioneer and governed by strict rules. Buying property at auction is very different to other property purchases. The bidding process is public and if the hammer falls and you are the highest bidder, you have to sign the contract right there and then. This means you must be sure you are bidding on a property that you can buy.

Become informed on key things to know before you start bidding.


Understand the following auctions terminology:

  • Reserve price – before the auction, the vendor (seller) will set a price with the auctioneer that is the minimum price they will accept. If the reserve price isn’t reached during bidding, the auctioneer will privately ask the vendor if they will sell at a lower price.
  • Passed in – if bids do not meet the vendor’s reserve price, the auctioneer will seek more bids. If bids still do not meet the reserve, the property may be 'passed in' or ‘withdrawn from auction’. The highest bidder then gets first right to negotiate with the seller.
  • Fall of the hammer – towards the end of the auction, the auctioneer will call for any final bids. Once there are no more bids, the auctioneer will count down the ‘fall of the hammer’, which will signal the end of the auction. No bids can be made after the fall of the hammer and the highest bidder is legally obliged to sign and exchange contracts. 


To participate or bid at an auction, potential buyers must register with the vendor’s agent and be given a bidder’s number. The auctioneer oversees the bidding process. They take bids from potential buyers and keep track of the current bid price. Before auctioning a property, the seller will nominate a reserve price, which is usually not advertised. If the bidding continues beyond the reserve price, the property is sold at the fall of the hammer. If you are the successful bidder, you must sign the contract of sale and pay the deposit on the spot (usually around 10 per cent of the purchase price). 


Auctions differ from private sales as there is no cooling-off period:

  • after the seller and buyer exchange contracts
  • if contracts are exchanged on the same day as the auction after the property has been passed in.

If you are bidding at an auction, you must be ready to exchange contracts and complete the sale. Otherwise, you will lose your deposit and may be liable for any damages suffered by the vendor.


On the day of the auction, the property may be open for inspection, usually half an hour before the auction starts. Use this opportunity to take a final look at the property, the contract and auction rules.

Agents must give all potential bidders a copy of the Bidder's guide before the auction. The Bidder's guide contains important information you need to know, such as how you register to bid and what kind of identification you must provide to register. It is important to know how to register as you cannot bid if you are not registered. Agents are also required by law to have a list of the following auction conditions clearly visible for all potential bidders:

  • the highest bidder is the buyer, subject to any reserve price
  • the auctioneer is entitled to make one bid only on behalf of the seller
  • before the auction, the auctioneer must announce that the auctioneer is permitted to make one bid on behalf of the seller
  • the auctioneer must announce immediately before, or in the process of making the bid, that he/she is making a vendor bid
  • the auctioneer can refuse a bid that is not in the interest of the seller
  • the auctioneer has no authority to accept a late bid (a bid after the fall of the hammer)
  • if there is a disputed bid, the auctioneer is the sole arbitrator and makes the final decision
  • the successful buyer’s name must be given to the auctioneer as soon as possible.

Attend a few auctions as a spectator to become familiar with the auction process. If the price is getting too high, you need to be able to walk away. This may be one of your biggest decisions, so it is worth making the right one, and being as well prepared and informed as possible about buying property.


Sometimes the vendor agrees to consider pre-auction offers, which you can make through an agent before the auction. The negotiation process is the same as buying by private sale. 


Before you bid at an auction, consider the following:

  • Do I know the market?
    Research, research, and more research. When you have decided on the type of property you want, and what areas you are looking in, inspect as many similar properties as you can. Look at recent sales of similar properties. Go to auctions for similar properties. There are many upfront costs for preparing for an auction (eg. building report, strata report, pest inspection report). Research will help you better anticipate a property’s likely sale price. This will help you avoid investing money upfront in checking a property’s condition if you can assess that the property is likely to sell for a price outside of your range.
  • What kind of property am I buying?
    Understand the differences between owning a house, and owning a property in a strata or community scheme. Each has different ongoing costs and obligations.
  • Am I ready to go ahead with the purchase?
    If you are the highest bidder, you have to sign the contract, and there is no cooling-off period. If you cannot complete the contract you will lose your deposit. Before you bid at an auction, ensure you have:
    • your finance unconditionally approved (not just pre-approved). Confirm with your lender the maximum amount you can borrow.
    • enough money on hand to give a cheque for the deposit (this is usually 10%).
    • thoroughly inspected the property and know the property’s condition. This includes obtaining professional building inspection and pest reports and reviewing any strata reports (if the property is in a strata scheme).
    • reviewed the contract with your solicitor/licensed conveyancer and are comfortable with its terms.
  • What is my maximum purchase price?
    Before you go to an auction, you must know exactly what your maximum purchase price is. If you go over it and need to borrow more, you may have to pay for lender’s mortgage insurance. This will affect your repayments and could go beyond your budget.
  • Is this a property I really want and can buy?
    Be sure that the property meets your requirements and is one you can afford. Consider whether it is close to the amenities you need, any repair work needed, noise levels, if there is enough space, and if you can afford the repayments.

About Us

Three words can be used to describe Yuri Cattaneo: approachable, hardworking and successful. Yuri’s efficient and flexible skill set has him working across the sector from core residential to prestige properties. Possessing a natural talent for sales and negotiation, Yuri leaves no stone unturned in his quest to secure outcomes well beyond expectations. His superior results are achieved through an unmatched level of service that he provides to his clients, going well beyond the call of duty to make the delicate process of selling as stress free as possible, and creating strong relationships along the way. To ensure the best possible results for buyers and sellers, Yuri is sure to work closely with his clients, developing clear and constant communication. Yuri’s love for his profession is obvious to his clients as he deals openly and honestly, and goes the extra mile for them. Yuri is always keen to improve on his previous best which is an asset to First National Real Estate Connect .


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