Not only is our team at Barry Plant Frankston receiving strong enquiry levels in all price ranges and for all types of property, but we have continued to achieve some outstanding sales results for our happy vendors despite many Melbourne residents still being in holiday mode.
Two recent sales provide a telling example of just what is happening ‘on the ground’ in the local property market right now.
The appeal of a low maintenance lifestyle produced strong buyer interest in a renovated three-bedroom villa unit in Allied Drive, Carrum Downs. This property provided close proximity to Rowellyn Park Primary School, fantastic parks and walking trails and a local favourite, Frankies Café, not to mention quick access to Peninsula Link. As a result, it attracted interest from a mix of first home buyers, investors and local downsizers, with competitive interest driving the sale price to a very pleasing $426,500.
Meanwhile, a little further inland, a four-bedroom single-level home in Stud Court, Skye attracted similarly urgent levels of buyer interest. Offering plenty of flexibility for a young family that likes to entertain, this well-presented home made an impact due to its two well zoned living areas enhanced by a private alfresco area in the back garden. Again, market entrants found loads of appeal here, with the SOLD sign going up at a very satisfying $610,000.
Results like these provide a timely reminder for anyone considering making a move in 2021 that the property market in the Frankston area is providing an exceptional opportunity for sellers, with limited property available and enormous numbers of buyers keen to act.
With this in mind, we would invite you to give us a call if you would like to talk through your options in the current market. The team at Barry Plant Frankston are always happy to provide obligation-free advice, and you might be surprised at just how much you could achieve by selling in the current climate. Feel free to give us a call this week on 9781 3100.
Barry Plant Real Estate
Frankston & Cranbourne