An sudden purchaser who noticed a South Geelong property simply earlier than public sale has walked away with the keys to the 1908 character house.
The Geelong native paid $810,000 for the three-bedroom weatherboard home at 232 Yarra Street after occurring upon the property on the final minute.
Buxton agent Tom Butters stated the person was one among two bidders for the immaculately offered home, which bought throughout post-auction negotiations.
With South Geelong practice station lower than a block away and the CBD, Barwon River and GMHBA stadium inside strolling distance, the placement sealed the deal.
“He was a neighborhood purchaser who got here via and noticed it on the day,” Mr Butters stated.
“He simply stated it could be a future funding near the practice station.”
He stated the gorgeous interval character of the facade continued inside the place excessive ceilings, ornamental plasterwork and timber flooring had been lovingly retained.
The one-fronted floorplan features a formal loungeroom and open-plan residing zone with a contemporary kitchen and eating space that overlooks the yard.
A double carport and workshop with facet entry is a part of the package deal.