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Vendors enjoy the benefits of a true network

Real estate & property news
23 October 2021
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When you’re part of a highly effective network where every office in the group works closely together to produce outstanding results for our clients, you tend to overlook the benefits that this can provide for your clients at times.

But we got several timely reminders of this during the week, with several outstanding sales being produced through the synergy that only a ‘network that genuinely networks’ can provide.

These sales were among an impressive catalogue of strong sales activity this week as Melbourne burst out of lockdown. Here’s a cross-section of some of our recent results:

Avondale Heights: 3/46-52 Orleans Road. Thoughtful renovations to this two-bedroom villa unit certainly had an impact, with this week’s auction reaching just under the $600,000-mark.

Avondale Heights: 62 Riverside Avenue. Offering a low maintenance lifestyle with no owner’s corporation, this near new four-bedroom home saw the SOLD sign go up during the week at $1.05 million.

Essendon: 15/56 Nicholson Street. This one-bedroom apartment in the Windy Hill precinct attracted interest from market entrants and investors, selling for $405,000.

Essendon: 1/18 Lawson Street. Architecturally intriguing, this brand new three-bedroom townhouse sold before this week’s scheduled auction, achieving a very satisfying $1.1 million.

Essendon North: 7/9 Royal Avenue. The abundance of natural light in this renovated two-bedroom unit certainly made a positive impression on buyers, with this week’s auction securing $546,500.

Keilor East: 7A Borva Drive. One of only two on the block, this single-level three-bedroom unit (pictured) sold for $770,000 at an exciting mid-week auction.

Maribyrnong: 509/68 Wests Road. A short, sharp digital marketing campaign saw this two-bedroom apartment near Highpoint changing hands at $535,000.

Moonee Ponds: 210/525 Mt Alexander Road. Making the most of its central location, this designer one-bedroom apartment enjoyed a strong mid-week sale at $350,000.

Moonee Ponds: 3/9 Grandview Street. Part of a select group of just five, this renovated two-bedroom townhouse sold quickly, reaping a very pleasing $800,000 for our happy vendors.

Strathmore: 55 Roland Avenue. Offered for sale for the first time since the early 1980’s, this potential-packed three-bedroom home saw the keys change hands at $1.45 million.

With nine weeks to run before the Christmas break arrives, there’s a huge opportunity for Moonee Valley homeowners to make their move while buyers are clearly motivated, but you will want to get the wheels in motion soon. So why not give us a call this week at Barry Plant Moonee Valley so we can make sure you don’t miss these incredibly favourable selling conditions. You can get us on 9319 1700.


Bill Karp

Director – Barry Plant Real Estate

Keilor East, Essendon & Gladstone Park

Real estate & property news
23 October 2021
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