However, for the home buyers of Melbourne’s inner north, there seems to be very little relaxing going on, if this week’s sales results by the Barry Plant team are anything to go by.
In the heart of Northcote, the team was able to negotiate an excellent result for the vendor of a contemporary two-bedroom apartment in the ‘Acacia’ building on Breavington Way, (pictured).
Positioned with a wide selection of shops and cafes, not to mention All Nations Park and transport options on the doorstep, this appealing easy-care option made a real impact with its city and mountain views. Strong interest from several buyers resulted in a very pleasing mid-week sale.
Meanwhile, a bit further north in Reservoir, we had another example of the benefits of being part of a network that works very closely together to ensure our vendors achieve outstanding results.
A gorgeous Art Deco home in Oakhill Avenue, in the highly regarded Oakhill Estate, was marketed alongside our colleagues from the Barry Plant office in Reservoir leading up to a highly productive auction this weekend.
Offering four bedrooms, elegant period features and a position that provided excellent access to so many amenities, this was a property that was expected to draw good buyer interest. However, many of the onlookers were surprised when the property was finally knocked down at a very impressive $1,132,500! A great result for all concerned.
Keep in mind that if you need any advice or assistance on any real estate-related matter, our team is always happy to help if we can. So don’t hesitate to give the team at Barry Plant Northcote and Preston a call on 9478 6344 at any time.
George Metax, Jim Dimitropoulos & Loretta Khoo
Directors - Barry Plant Inner North