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Moonee Valley still a hive of activity

Real estate & property news
25 November 2023
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The market may still be coming to terms with the most recent hike in official interest rates, and the official end of Spring may be just a matter of days away, but there is no doubt that homebuyers are still active in the City of Moonee Valley right now.

This outline of recent activity by our team at Barry Plant Moonee Valley tells the tale:

Aberfeldie: 3/7 Ramsay Street. This week’s auction of this three-bedroom townhouse saw the contracts inked at $805,000.

Aberfeldie: 43 Vida Street. Making the most of a prime Aberfeldie address, this modern four-bedroom, three-bathroom home achieved an outstanding sale at $1.59 million.

Avondale Heights: 13 Cornwall Street. Offered in near original condition, this classic four-bedroom brick produced smiles all round (pictured) when the auction produced $951,000.

Essendon: 124 Market Street. Situated on a potential-packed corner block, this four-bedroom home sold off-market for $1.6 million utilising our extensive database of registered buyers.

Keilor East: 2/36 Phillip Road. This street-facing two-bedroom unit with Rosehill Park at the end of the street achieved a pleasing mid-week sale at $475,000, well before this week’s scheduled auction.

Keilor East: 8 Arcade Square. Tucked away in a quiet court near the Milleara shops, this comfortable three-bedroom family home saw the SOLD sign go up prior to auction at $750,000.

Maribyrnong: 204/68 Wests Road. Offering two bedrooms and two bathrooms in the centrally located ‘Aspire’ building, this apartment sold for $440,000 well before offers were due to close using a Sale by Set Date® approach.

Maribyrnong: 5/127 Raleigh Road. Being within strolling distance of the river, this contemporary two-bedroom townhouse used the Sale by Set Date® method to achieve an early sale at $600,000.

Moonee Ponds: 1 Fanny Street. It was all about location here, with this combined shop and dwellings opposite the Moonee Valley Racecourse finding new owners after a satisfying mid-week sale.

Moonee Ponds: 2/1 Corio Street. Offering a low maintenance lifestyle with a body corporate, this three-bedroom single-level unit produced $1.132 million at auction.

Moonee Ponds: 44 McPherson Street. Three main bidders fought for the keys to this classic four-bedroom period home, with the gavel falling at $1.756 million.

Niddrie: 27/70-72 Coghlan Street. Part of the well regarded ‘Niddrie Falls’ complex, this view-enhanced three-bedroom, two-bathroom townhouse sold during the week for $730,000.

Niddrie: 40 Hamilton Street. Set high on a good sized block of around 619sqm, this four-bedroom timber home saw the keys change hands at $1.39 million.

The key message to emerge from strong results like these is that experienced local knowledge and hands-on experience can make a big difference to your result in the current market. So if you are reviewing your property plans, whether for this year or next, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team at Barry Plant Moonee Valley this week by calling 9373 0000.


Bill Karp

Director – Barry Plant Real Estate

Essendon, Keilor East & Gladstone Park

Real estate & property news
25 November 2023
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