Wollert fixer-upper at 1 Saltlake Blvd fetches $605k under the hammer

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A HALF-built home in Melbourne’s outer north attracted 4 bidders to sail $75,000 above reserve on one other 50-50 public sale weekend for town.

The $605,000 transaction of 1 Saltlake Blvd, Wollert was a standout amid “fairly delicate” situations, that noticed 58.2 per cent of 632 auctions lead to gross sales, based on preliminary CoreLogic outcomes.

The clearance charge was a slight enchancment from final week’s 57.2 per cent from 791 auctions.

Ray White South Morang director Nick Petrovski mentioned the Wollert-Mernda-South Morang area had held up moderately effectively because the broader market cooled this yr, together with his workplace sustaining a 75 per cent sale charge over the previous month.

“It gives worth for cash … for comparatively new (houses),” he mentioned.

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The actual fact the model new construct on Saltlake Blvd was half-done didn’t deter a mum, shifting to Wollert from Rye to be nearer to household, from going after it at public sale.

Mr Petrovski mentioned the client’s builder brother would assist her full the five-bedroom, five-bathroom “fixer-upper”, which wanted a full inside fit-out.

The property hit the market after the seller had a change in circumstance that meant they couldn’t end it, and can provide 427sq m of under-roof area throughout two ranges when it’s carried out.

In close by Mernda, a contemporary three-bedroom home at 10 Belloza Manner fetched $590,000 on Saturday after being introduced in the marketplace at $575,000 and attracting three bidders.

The suburb was the nation’s busiest for auctions final week, with 12 scheduled.

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In the meantime, Benefit Property Consulting purchaser’s advocate Rob German witnessed “fairly delicate” public sale situations throughout Melbourne on the weekend.

He mentioned a five-bedroom 1910 home at 51 Energy St, Hawthorn bought for $three.31 million after attracting one bidder, passing in at $three.21 million and the seller adjusting their reserve down from $three.5 million.

“That’s a little bit of an indication of the occasions,” he mentioned.

“Issues are promoting, however on just one bidder or after passing in.”

The sellers nonetheless did effectively out of the deal, with CoreLogic information displaying the property had final modified palms for simply $264,000 in 1987.

Mr German mentioned the public sale of a worn two-bedroom home at 21 West St, Ardeer was cancelled after simply two individuals confirmed up.

One put in a $570,000 provide — in the midst of the $550,000-$590,000 vary quoted within the lead as much as the public sale — but it surely was rejected and the asking worth set at $630,000, he mentioned.

Simply two individuals additionally attended the public sale of a one-bedroom residence at 7/14 Tivoli Rd, South Yarra, Mr German mentioned.

The pad handed in at $280,000 — $60,000 in need of its reserve.

“Six to 12 months in the past, this could have walked out the door. It’s on a premier avenue,” Mr German mentioned.

In Blackburn South, Nationwide Property Consumers director Antony Bucello watched a single-level three-bedroom unit at eight Vernon St obtain $1.224 million.

Two downsizers pushed the property a whopping $164,000 above reserve.

“Downsizers are often cashed up from the sale of their bigger houses, and customarily don’t care as a lot in the event that they pay a bit of extra — significantly in the event that they discover the best property — as that is greater than doubtless going to be their final property buy.”

samantha.landy@information.com.au

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