What a sale! Who said the market was dead
IT WAS extra like spring than the ultimate weekend of winter on the decrease north shore with a sizzling clearance fee of 70 per cent.
We had 20 of the 30 properties promote previous to, or on the day, which was 12 per cent above the Sydney clearance fee of 58.53 per cent.
The most important sale recorded was 2 John St, McMahons Level, which bought for $three.11 million — light-years forward of its $2.5 million information.
Offered by Raine & Horne HM Group agent Hugh Macfarlan, the public sale had six registered bidders with 4 participating.
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“It was a extremely aggressive and quick paced public sale with greater than 40 bids,” Mr Macfarlan stated.
The customer of the property was a pair shifting throughout the bridge from Rozelle.
“We had quite a lot of downsizers on this property, as a result of it’s a smaller model property in an ideal location in certainly one of Sydney’s finest suburbs,” he stated.
The three-bedroom dwelling has harbour views seeking to the Anzac Bridge.
It additionally appears over Berrys Bay and is steps from Waverton Park and Sydney Harbour foreshore.
Mr Macfarlan stated the property was so common as a result of it’s distinctive.
“It’s a fairly good property, it’s distinctive within the sense it’s a freestanding dwelling, the place most properties within the space are terrace model.”
No. 2 John St can be a detailed stroll to Blues Level Rd cafes, personal faculties together with Shore and each Waverton and North Sydney prepare stations.
The lengthy held property was final traded in 1993.
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