Kiama remains in strong demand, with a high-end, Hamptons-inspired property selling for $3 million.
Sitting on 507sqm, the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home is located at 1A Pheasant Point Drive, Kiama.
It sold prior to auction earlier this month after 38 days on the market, according to Pricefinder.
The selling agents were Raine & Horne Kiama's Scott Douglas and Aleesha Borg.
Ms Borg told the Mercury a Sydney buyer purchased the property.
"Eighty per cent of contract requests were from Sydney buyers - there's a huge demand to get into Kiama," she said.
The vendors, Terry and Fay Browne, had owned the property for 18 years.
"We love the location," Mrs Browne said earlier this year.
"There's always something happening; with the views, you watch the weather come and go."
The home has had an extensive high-end renovation completed, in accordance with its Hamptons theme.
The Hamptons-style approach is inspired by the architecture and decorating of holiday homes in the seaside communities along the eastern beaches of upstate New York's neighbouring Long Island.
A key element to the Hamptons-style look is liberal use of the colour white.
"When we bought the place it was a bit of a mess, as far as a rabbit warren," Mr Browne said.
"I basically worked with a carpenter and we just about changed every room in the house... And because we have three grandkids and a couple of kids, we put an upstairs section on as well, but in keeping with the Hamptons style of the house."
Mrs Browne said the home's Hamptons-influenced feel meant it was popular with passers-by.
"A lot of people stop and photograph it," she said.
The property offers views of the harbour, Black Beach, lighthouse and the park.
It also features a modern kitchen.
The Brownes are retired, and were selling in order to move to an acreage property in the Kiama area.
Other Hamptons-influenced properties in the Kiama area have fetched in excess of $3 million.
The Hamptons-inspired property at 27 Tingira Crescent, Kiama, sold for $3.35 million in 2018.
A riverfront home at 78 Charles Avenue, Minnamurra sold for more than $3 million.
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