Among our more recent results were:
Burnside: 12 Whyalla Place. Quality finishes and a quiet court setting made an impact on several of the buyers for this single-level four-bedroom home. A spirited bidding duel produced a strong sale at $810,000.
Burnside Heights: 36 Menzies Drive. This single-level four-bedroom home near Tenterfield Park attracted such strong interest that the vendors decided to accept a convincing early offer of $650,000 rather than waiting for this week’s scheduled auction.
Caroline Springs: 142/73 Lake Street. A modern two-bedroom apartment with surprisingly generous balconies that made the most of views across the lake achieved a pleasing mid-week sale at $465,000.
Hillside: 8 Santolin Drive. A total of five bidders got to raise their hands in the chase for the keys to this appealing three-bedroom home around the corner from Parkwood Green Primary School. Despite being declared on the market at $700,000, the competition continued all the way to a remarkable $805,000!
Keilor Downs: 2/20 Roseberry Avenue. Our twilight auction on Thursday evening saw the gavel fall on this three-bedroom villa for a very satisfying $530,000.
St Albans: 12 Barellan Place. Set at the end of a quiet child-safe court, this beautifully renovated four-bedroom home benefitted from a well-planned digital marketing campaign that attracted plenty of buyer interest. As a result, it sold above reserve for just under $700,000 at this week’s auction (pictured).
St Albans: 20 Leonard Avenue. Potential was the big attraction in this unusual five-bedroom home just around the corner from St Albans East Primary School. Productive mid-week negotiations saw the sold sign go up at $692,000.
Sydenham: 1 Breadalbane Court. Set in a large court-set block close to the shops and trains at Watergardens, this potential-packed four-bedroom home was sold as a result of productive mid-week negotiations.
Taylors Lakes: 11 Angourie Crescent. Set on the corner of Ayers Court, a stone’s throw from Taylors Lakes Secondary College, this original three-bedroom home attracted five bidders who took the bidding all the way to $712,000, close to 10% above our happy vendor’s reserve price.
With results like these, there is no doubt that the current market is proving to be a terrific time to be selling in our part of the western suburbs. If you would like a confidential chat about the opportunities that are currently available, feel free to give us a call at Barry Plant St Albans this week on 9367 7044.
John Aaron Nakic & James Hatzimoisis
Directors – Barry Plant Real Estate
St Albans, Taylors Lakes & Caroline Springs