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100% success rate confirms market strength

Real estate & property news
06 February 2021
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Whilst there’s been plenty of talk about the strength of the Melbourne property market generally, the results that our team at Barry Plant Frankston and Cranbourne have been achieving recently (both in sales and rentals), would have given local property owners in the bayside area plenty of reasons to smile.

Whilst the team has been putting together some great results in all areas and price ranges, one result that certainly got people talking was the auction this weekend of a well-established home within walking distance of Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre. A good-sized crowd turned out to watch five separate bidders fight it out for the keys, with the final sale price exceeding the reserve by more than $40,000!

Here’s an overview of some of our recent results:

Frankston: Beach Street. Located right next door to one we sold in December, this neat two-bedroom villa provided an entry-level opportunity in the prized Frankston High School Zone, so it was no surprise to see the SOLD sticker go up at $375,000 before we even had time to launch a digital campaign!

Frankston: Havana Crescent. This appealing single-level three-bedroom home near Karingal Heights Primary School found new owners at $615,000.

Frankston: Golf Links Road. As the address implies, this potential-filled four-bedroom home was just a sand wedge from Frankston Golf Club, with multiple buyers keen to tee off in the high $600,000’s.

Frankston: Glenview Crescent. A generous corner allotment of over 900sqm added to the appeal of this five-bedroom family home. A strong mid-week sale was completed at $832,000.

Frankston South: Wakefield Avenue. Positioned just around the corner from Delacombe Park, this well-established three-bedroom achieved a very pleasing $780,000.

Cranbourne: Lurline Street. As mentioned above, this ultra-convenient three-bedroom home attracted five determined auction bidders, resulting in a terrific sale at $625,000. Not only was this price a good $45,000 above our ecstatic vendor’s expectations, but it certainly got some of the locals talking once the gavel fell.

Cranbourne North: Aileron Alley. A mix of first home buyers and investors were keen to compete for this three-bedroom townhouse in the Tulliallan Estate, resulting in a satisfying sale at $491,250.

Cranbourne South: Venetia Way. This brand new four-bedroom home had terrific appeal for a growing family with bike paths, walking trails and tranquil waterways close by. The contracts were inked at $620,000.

With so many great sales being achieved at the moment, and the busy Autumn selling season now just a few weeks away, this is a great time to be putting your plans in place if you want to make a move in 2021. So if you’d like to have a chat with our team about the right way to maximise your result in the current market, feel free to give us a call this week on 9781 3100.

Best wishes,

Barry Plant Real Estate

Frankston & Cranbourne

Real estate & property news
06 February 2021
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