First-home buyers from interstate buy entry level property at 23 Rugby St, Belmont, post-auctioned, passed in, Hayeswinckle, Michelle Winckle
INTERSTATE first-home consumers relocating to Geelong for work have snapped up an entry-level Belmont property after public sale.
Hayeswinckle, Highton agent Michelle Winckle stated the couple negotiated to purchase 23 Rugby St for “near $500,000” on Saturday.
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Earlier within the day the two-bedroom weatherboard home was handed in on a lone $400,000 bid.
Value hopes for the home had been $480,000 to $520,000.
“They’re first-home consumers coming from interstate,” Ms Winckle stated.
“They selected Belmont as a result of it was reasonably priced in comparison with different suburbs like East Geelong and Geelong West.”
The 1960s home is on a 595sq m block and lends itself to a renovation or extension.
It has an open-plan kitchen, eating and front room, two bedrooms, a shared rest room and a two-car storage on the rear.
“It’s a phenomenal character avenue and a big parcel of land that has potential written throughout it,” Ms Winckle stated.
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