Six of the best Art Deco properties on the market right now

With sleek curves, superb symmetry, and bold geometric designs, Art Deco remains one of the most popular architectural design trends among buyers today.

So beloved is the style that even 100 years after Art Deco roared onto the scene in the 1920s, homes are usually snatched off the market just as quickly as they’re listed.

“Art Deco is always a huge selling point,” Joanna Marek, principal of Marek Realty in Noosaville, said.

“People love the charming period features and the heritage association that comes with a lot of Art Deco properties. Buyers will often pay much more for them.”

Edward De Simone of De Simone Design in Sydney’s eastern suburbs – an area home to many of Australia’s Art Deco architecture – said it’s a design that will never go out of fashion.

“We all identify with this exciting style because it’s all around us,” Mr De Simone said.

“So many iconic buildings and apartment blocks here in Sydney are from that period, so it’s only natural we should feel a strong connection with it.”

Mr De Simone said the classic style also lends itself well to contemporary renovations – another possible cause of its enduring appeal among buyers.

Whether buyers are looking for a dream family home, a hip inner-city pad, or a lucrative investment opportunity, there several exceptional Art Deco homes currently on the market. 

Elegant sanctuary in uber cool locale

Potts Point, one of Sydney’s enduring bohemian hotspots, is not only almost exclusively comprised of apartments, but it also has the largest concentration of Art Deco architecture in Australia.

This three-bedroom home has been lovingly restored to its Art Deco glory. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

The majority are highly sophisticated ‘old New York’ examples of the enduring style.

Take this magnificent three-bedroom apartment at 6/1 Springfield Avenue, which has been treated to a stylish renovation sympathetic to its classic origins. 

Corrowong is a sought-after Art Deco building in the Potts Point neighbourhood. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

It boasts oak floors, high ceilings and plantation shutters, and sits on the top floor of the popular and charming Corrowong building.

Unbeatably placed in the heart of an inner-city district slowly springing back to life, it’s just steps to cafes, bars, and popular nightspots.

The home heads to auction on 30 June.

Chic inner-city Brisbane pad

Minutes on foot to the Brisbane River and James Street Precinct, this stylish two-bedroom apartment at 3/1 Julius Street in the hip inner-city hub of New Farm is all about the walk-to-everywhere lifestyle.

This Brisbane pad is overflowing with period Art Deco features. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Housed in the beloved Green Gables building, it’s brimming with beautifully preserved Art Deco features and boasts soaring ceilings and a balcony, the latter of which is a rarity.

The sun-soaked living and dining spaces have city views, and there’s also a work-from-home study. 

Green Gables is one of the most iconic Art Deco buildings in New Farm. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

The selling agent is now inviting offers over $1.18 million.

Endless possibilities in a prestigious setting

If you’re searching for an Art Deco home to make your own, this five-bedroom residence at 206 Warrigal Road in Camberwell presents a fantastic blank slate opportunity.

The standalone house has a striking facade. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Positioned on a substantial 1008sqm allotment, its clean and crisp two-storey layout enjoys generously proportioned bedrooms, two main bathrooms, and two large balconies. 

Perfect for buyers with a vision and an eagerness to make their own impression, it’s an excellent opportunity to bring to life your own interpretation of Art Deco.

The charming interiors offer something of a blank canvas. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

The sought-after location in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious and exclusive suburbs rounds out what is an enticing prospect.

It has a guide price of $2.2 million to $2.42 million.

Suburban style in South Melbourne

The suburbs of Melbourne are filled with wonderful exemplars of Art Deco, just like this landmark semi-detached home at 325a Bambra Road in South Caulfield.

The character and charm of the home have been beautifully retained. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Its striking façade is a beautiful example of late 1930s architecture.

The three-bedroom abode delivers a flowing double-storey layout, with spacious living areas downstairs and bedroom accommodation on the upper level.

The facade makes a striking first impression. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

A perfect opportunity for families, its favoured location is a stroll from elite schools and parks, and a short travel distance to the city.

It heads to auction this Sunday with a price guide of $1.1 million to $1.2 million.

The proportions are grand and each room features heritage detail throughout. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Art Deco vibes in laidback Bondi

Like its nearby neighbour Potts Point, Bondi is stacked with Art Deco apartments that have been cleverly reimagined via stylish renovations.

One of a number of stunning Art Deco blocks in Bondi. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

This boutique top floor apartment at 12/48 Flood Street delivers just that – a cute two-bedroom pad brimming with period features elevated by tasteful modern additions.

It sits on the top floor of a block of just 12 units and has views out across leafy Waverley Oval.

The two-bedroom unit has been renovated throughout. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

For buyers looking to add upon the current updates, the apartment also includes plans to build up into the existing roof space. 

The home is now available for inspection and open to offers.

The proportions are generous and there’s room to add further space in the roof area. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

A blockbuster investment

In Sydney, they say the inner-west is best.

With properties like this premium block of units at 1-4/122 Victoria Street in Ashfield, it’s easy to understand why.

This entire Art Deco unit block is on the market. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Comprised of four spacious two-bedroom Art Deco apartments, complete with sunrooms and glorious period features, this is a unique opportunity for a forward-thinking investor.

It boasts a spectacular period façade with plenty of historic character features inside.

Each of the units contains spectacular period features throughout. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Set upon approximately 771sqm of land, its prime location is moments from the exclusive Trinity Grammar School and close to local shops, cafes, and restaurants.

The property goes to auction on 22 June and has a price guide of $2.9 million.

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