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Fierce competition tipped for Grand Final week auctions

Real estate & property news
21 September 2022
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Big result hopes of ‘massive’ Meadow Heights and Templestowe Lower offerings.

Sellers across Melbourne could be kicking goals when their homes go under the hammer on Grand Final week.

The Barry Plant Group has 11 properties scheduled for auction during the week, with nine on September 24, including two huge family homes in Meadow Heights and Templestowe Lower.

A luxury six-bedroom house on 717sq m at 37 Jacana Avenue, Templestowe Lower (pictured above and below), is attracting interest from local families, according to Barry Plant Manningham director Theo Politis.

“This property is tailor-made for generational living,” he said.

“It represents good value for money as it is virtually two homes in one.”

With a price guide of $2.3-$2.5 million, the modern showpiece of grand proportions features two self-contained floors with multiple bedrooms and living areas.

The main level has four bedrooms, including a hotel-style main with a glamorous ensuite, family bathroom, plus an open-plan living domain with a sensational kitchen opening to an alfresco balcony.

Perfect for independent children, teenagers, in-laws or guests, the lower level includes two bedrooms, a two-way ensuite, kitchen, theatre room and a rumpus room that leads to an alfresco deck.

Home to original owners for about six years, it displays exceptional craftsmanship, high-end finishes and all the modern conveniences, Mr Politis said.

In Meadow Heights, Barry Plant Glenroy agent Halil Okur is hoping for a capacity crowd to attend the 11.30am auction at 8 Nourell Court on Saturday.

With a price guide of $620,000-$660,000, the five-bedroom house on 540sq m is catching the eye of local families, with four to five expected to bid on auction day.

“This massive home has attracted multiple buyers,” Mr Okur said.

“It offers two homes for the price of one.”

The sellers, who have moved interstate, extended the original three-bedroom house to include a double-storey two-bedroom dwelling with a separate entrance.

“They used to live in one and rent out the other,” Mr Okur said.

The two homes can accommodate separate families or can be easily reunited into one large home, he said.

“Investors are also interested in it because it is ready to be leased,” Mr Okur said.

The original home includes three bedrooms, a bathroom, lounge room plus a kitchen and meals area.

Privately set at the back, the extension has a living, dining and kitchen area at ground level, plus two bedrooms, a bathroom and a study/retreat upstairs.

There is ample parking space with a carport leading to a large garage with a third kitchen, and the property is just two-minutes’ walk from Coolaroo train station.

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21 September 2022
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