Melbourne homebuyers didn’t let the Stage 4 coronavirus lockdown stand of their means of buying a South Geelong dwelling.
The patrons relied on their mother and father’ opinion of the traditional renovated Victorian-era residence within the shadows of GMHBA Stadium earlier than deciding to purchase sight-unseen.
McGrath, Geelong agent David Cortous mentioned the three-bedroom home at 248 Yarra Street, South Geelong, bought for $950,000.
Mr Cortous mentioned the supply got here after every week available on the market.
“They’re going to maneuver in,” Mr Cortous mentioned.
“They’d their mother and father examine the house.”
The interval home occupies 475sq m nook block strolling distance to the South Geelong Practice Station in addition to the soccer floor.
Interval options included wrought iron lacework the entrance veranda, tall ceilings and placing floorboards, whereas an open-plan residing space supplied an inner-city fashion with a spacious kitchen that highlighted the unique wooden fireplace.
The eating and residing zone opened to a veranda and deck within the yard.
A separate self-contained studio supplied a fourth bed room and an extra residing house with aspect entry to Foster Road.
South Geelong is a tightly-held internal metropolis suburb the place simply 10 homes have bought within the earlier 12 months.
The median value of $691,500 is 2.3 per cent increased than 2019 however has risen 76 per cent in comparison with 5 years in the past, in accordance with realestate.com.au.