Raine and Horne

Victoria Road includes a tennis court, large reception hall and a commercial-size kitchen. In September 2016, Raine & Horne handled the sale of one of Camperdown’s most historic homes – Inverteil. Originally built in 1892 on behalf of Alexander Donald, a local engineer, Inverteil attracted a sale price of $1,970,500 having previously sold for $220,000 in September 1991. In November 2016, the firm was tasked with the sale of a magnificent three-bedroom, two-level penthouse at Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo – the large-scale redevelopment of Sydney’s former shipping and stevedoring centre. The penthouse, which has absolute water frontage and uninterrupted views of Sydney Harbour, attracted significant international interest with around 80 percent of enquiries coming from overseas buyers, mostly from Asia, and secured a sale price of $6 million. The nation’s capital saw Raine & Horne hit a new record in mid-2014, when a Canberra-based consortium, led by property developer Terry Shaw, paid $63.75 million to purchase five blocks of land, some fronting the city’s iconic thoroughfare Constitution Avenue. The total land size was 6.4 hectares, and the sale result far exceeded the $45 million expectations of the Australian Capital Territory Land Development Agency. Below: Raine & Horne: Thriving in the Sydney CBD since 1883. Right: Leading the way in auctions for commercial, residential, rural, and investment properties. Opposite top left: Raine & Horne: Pioneering television advertising before the era of social media dominance. Opposite top right: Raine & Horne Commercial: Empowering creativity with a nod to the Roman Empire’s ingenuity. Opposite bottom: Max Raine was the trusted choice for luxury Eastern Suburbs home buyers and sellers in the 1960s. In the Top End, Raine & Horne again broke records with the 2016 sale of a four-bedroom penthouse apartment in Darwin’s Evolution building. The two-storey apartment features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool with ocean views and a grand staircase. And, in 2016, along the far north Queensland coastline where Captain Thomas Raine once sailed, Raine & Horne managed the sale of The Edge, a Port Douglas bespoke home, which was awarded 2015 Queensland Architecture Award for Building of the Year. The unique precast concrete home was sold to a Sydney buyer for $4.85 million. In 2021, Raine & Horne completed an off-market sale of the highly prized 109-hectare Burradoo property, Sutherland Park in the Southern Highlands, for close to $50 million. Moving into the digital era The decision to move into franchising in the mid-1970s became a watershed moment in the firm’s business strategy. On one hand, franchising called for a renewed refocus on the brand with a uniform logo and consistent marketing approach. At the same time, a new type of advertising message was required – one that would allow home buyers nationally to recognise the 98