A Kiama property that's attracting offers in the $2.5 million range is among the homes open for inspection this weekend.
Set on 556 square metres, the five-bedroom, four-bathroom home is located at 51 Johnson Street, Kiama Downs.
Nestled on the high side of Johnson Street with beach reserve opposite, it offers views of Jones Beach.
There will be an open home for this property on Saturday from 12pm.
Co-selling agent, Aleesha Borg from Raine & Horne Kiama said interested parties from the Kiama LGA and south (which aren't in lockdown) could attend the open house without needing to book.
However, pre-booked one-on-one inspections were required for prospective buyers within Greater Sydney.
Ms Borg said there had been interest in the property around the $2.5 million mark.
She said there had been some interest from Sydney buyers, but many hadn't inspected it in person yet.
Some had even lodged offers, sight unseen.
Also open for inspection this weekend is 6 Marengo Avenue, Figtree.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom family home has a guide of $1,100,000.
It's due to be auctioned online via AuctionNow on Saturday, August 14.
The home will be open for pre-booked, one-on-one inspections only on Saturday from 10am.
Features include undercover alfresco entertaining with an escarpment outlook of Mt Keira.
Co-selling agent, Alisa Sturluson from One Agency Zeidler Waller - Wollongong said the property was drawing interest from a mix of prospective buyers, including local renters wanting to get into the market and Sydney-siders.
"It's in a cul-de-sac with a north-facing backyard on a really nice street," she said.
Also available for private one-on-one inspections only is 123 New Mount Pleasant Road, Mount Pleasant.
Pre-booked private inspections are available for Saturday from 11am-12pm.
Set on 1315 square metres, the three-bedroom, one-bathroom home will be auctioned on Wednesday, August 11.
It has a price guide of $930,000.
Selling agent, MMJ Wollongong's Daniel Hastings said the weatherboard cottage was in definite need of major renovation or a rebuild, and had been within the same family since the 1950's.
"There's been a lot of local interest, and people looking at it because it's a large block in a great suburb," he said.