A Marshall home earmarked to make means for a brand new childcare centre will stay a residential handle after promoting at public sale on Saturday.
The four-bedroom, architect-designed Nineteen Seventies pad on virtually 1000sq m of land attracted 4 bidders, who additionally had the choice of buying an adjoining 441sq m block.
McGrath, Geelong agent David McGuinness stated the identical patrons snapped up each properties with plans for his or her son to maneuver in.
Mr McGuinness stated the home at 32-34 Grove Road, Marshall bought underneath the hammer for $580,000.
The neighbouring block at 30 Grove Road, which had a value information of $240,000-$260,000, was handed in however later bought throughout negotiations.
Mr McGuinness stated the patrons’ son was a chippy who would put his abilities to make use of in renovating the substantial brick home, which nonetheless rocked a cool Nineteen Seventies vibe.
“It was ’70s place and also you simply stored anticipating Austin Powers to stroll in and say ‘yeah child’,” he stated.
“It even had a sunken lounge.
“I’m simply glad it’s not going to be shocked.”
The home gives three separate dwelling rooms a central kitchen/eating room with a wall of north-facing home windows, a fundamental bed room suite with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, a research and a separate bungalow.
Mr McGuinness stated it provided an entire lot of home on what would stay a big parcel of land.
He stated the location, on the nook of Station Highway, had plans for a childcare centre however not one of the bidders have been trying to take up this feature, though one purchaser was it for a medical centre.
This may have required buying the block for carparking.
A contingent of neighbours have been amongst these keenly following the end result of the public sale on Saturday.