Hopeful consumers that made a daring pre-auction supply on a renovated Highton dwelling ended up lacking out after the worth went greater than $100,000 over the quoted vary.
The four-bedroom home at 23 Linton Lane was snapped up for $1.01 million final week after Buxton agent Tony Moorfoot negotiated with a number of events eager to safe the property.
It was scheduled to be auctioned final Saturday, however the presents got here thick and quick after one social gathering made a $950,000 supply on the property.
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The 657sq m property near the Barwon River was listed with an $850,000 to $900,000 vary.
“We had some good curiosity in it and had a proposal from a celebration and it was nicely above the asking worth,” he mentioned.
“We went again to the opposite consumers after which we had a little bit of an public sale inside the public sale and it went very well.”
Mr Moorfoot mentioned the social gathering that made the preliminary supply ended up lacking out because the competitors heated up.
“It offered to a different social gathering,” he mentioned.
“We have been honest. We gave everybody each alternative to return forwards and backwards. So we performed the negotiations out with the events that have been there.”
Locals and teams from Melbourne have been eager on the outdated Highton dwelling with a big open-plan dwelling space capitalising on expansive views over the river valley.
A pair secured the property as a household dwelling.
“It was a extremely good renovation in a fantastic spot,” he mentioned.
“Very meticulous have been the homeowners and so they nailed it.”
Every part from the kitchen to the bogs had been up to date, providing a degree of recent luxurious culminating in an expansive deck with a built-in barbecue and outside kitchen.
“They’d carried out it up very well and it’s fortunate for the brand new consumers to get the rewards of such a superb reno.”