There were some good deals on offer at auction before the Anzac weekend exodus.A huge pool of properties was poured on to the market to beat a holiday exodus next weekend.
In Port Melbourne, a fizzer auction of a modern one-bedroom apartment puzzled Parkinson’s Frank Mlikota when a crowd of just two turned up.
One was a buyer, the other a neighbour. Mlikota passed in 106/115 Nott Street on one bid at $410,00, and seeks $440,000.
Rental at $450 a week offers an investor a solid 5.3 per cent yield and an owner occupier “could buy it cheaper than renting it”, he said.
Meanwhile a “tiny” two-bedroom Victorian terrace in Northcote drew four bidders and a lofty $7273 for each of its 117 square metres, reported buyers advocate Janet Spencer.
Nelson Alexander sold 24 George Street for $851,000.
A three-bedroom unit at 6/33-39 Hopetoun Parade, Box Hill, with a close walk to the railway station and shopping complex was on private sale two years ago seeking $570,000, Dennis Dellas of First National Lindellas said.
That sale failed, but on Saturday it brought $668,000 – almost $100,000 more.
One of Melbourne’s first townhouses (built around 1972), a two-bedroom and study unit at 4/32 Walmer Street, Kew, attracted a two-bidder shootout that finished at $1.89 million for Jellis Craig’s Alastair Craig (reserve $1.7 million).
It offered the rare chance to bag a position opposite Yarra Bend parklands at “entry point pricing”.
The rarity of a single-level modern house in Mont Albert drove the price of a three-bedroom dwelling at 70 Victoria Crescent $450,000 over reserve.
Down-sizers from Balwyn fought off five other bidders.
“Everyone has two-storey houses out here,” said hockingstuart auctioneer Troy Rendle, who sold it for $1.85 million.
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