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Post-Easter bonus for many local vendors.

The slight pause during the Easter weekend, (along with this week’s Orthodox Easter of course), probably gave quite a few Melbourne residents a well-earned break, but it seems that a lot of active home buyers decided not to take a break over the past week or so.

Our team was able to negotiate a number of strong sales results, both through private negotiation and at auction. These included:

Keilor East: 8 Herbert Crescent. Potential was the word on everyone’s lips at this week’s auction of an elevated three-bedroom home on around 582sqm. The SOLD sign went up at a very pleasing $835,000.

Keilor East: 17 Diorite Court. Offering a rare lakeside position in the highly regarded Valley Lake Estate, this exciting vacant homesite of 472sqm reaped a strong reward for its exclusivity, selling for $845,000.

Keilor Park: 3/18 Snow Street. Set at the rear of a new group of three, this neat two-bedroom unit generated interest from a mix of market entrants and downsizers before selling for $600,000.

Niddrie: 53A Vaynor Street. A rare degree of flexibility, including scope for a home office or studio, made this privately situated three-bedroom villa a unique offering. As a result, competitive interest pushed the eventual sale price above the $1 million mark.

Strathmore: 15 & 17 Wood Street. Two adjoining brand-new four-bedroom homes both found their first residents within a day of each other, after excellent seven figure sales were achieved by our team.

Strathmore: 72 Bulla Road. This elegant brick Edwardian with a high brick fence screening a delightful garden setting was another prominent Strathmore property to achieve a pleasing seven figure mid-week sale.

Westmeadows: 4 Copeland Road. After more than 40 years in the one family, this well-maintained three-bedroom home soared close to 15% above the reserve after a fiercely contested auction produced $708,000.

Thinking of selling?

As we have shown on numerous occasions this year, ground-breaking sales results in the City of Moonee Valley don’t happen by accident. In order to step beyond ‘a good result’ to a result that gets the whole neighbourhood talking, you need a clear, well-planned strategy that reaches all of the buyers, not just some of them. So, if you’d like a confidential chat about the best way to move forward with your own property plans for 2021, give us a call this week at Barry Plant Moonee Valley on 9319 1700.

Best wishes,

Bill Karp

Director – Barry Plant Real Estate

Keilor East & Essendon