A four-bedroom home in southern Vermont sold in the hammer on Saturday to a family who only saw the property for the first time that day.
of 8 Coonawarra Drive The Pad was first listed with a price guide of $1.25 million to $1.35 million and sold at auction for a whopping $1.26 million.
After three bidders fought over the keys, it was sold to a family who saw the house for the first time at a public inspection that morning.
“Good family homes that don’t require a trip to Bunnings are still up for auction,” said Sold By Auctions director and auctioneer Andy Reid.
“What needs work depends on how agents present it and how vendors price it. Development inventory is a tough request, but if location is A1 It’s not impossible,” Reed added.
The sale comes as PropTrack recorded a preliminary clearance rate of 61% from 290 results reported on Saturday.
In Balwyn North, a five-bedroom pad fetched a whopping $129,000 premium at midday auction.
of 153 Maud Street The auction was popular with onlookers and was attended by about 100 people.
Street parking was limited due to its popularity, so the auction was paused midway through to help an elderly woman driving the car make a three-point turn.
Auctions started at $2.5 million and then went to market at $2.64 million.
A young family looking to go big won a bid of $2,769,000.
In nearby Balwyn, another five-bedroom home hit a $3.3 million mega sale under the hammer.
Three active bidders participated in the on-site auction, 38 Frederick Streeta young couple looking to start a family are winning the keys.
Ray White Balwyn’s agent, Tony Chen, originally had a listing with a price tag between $3 million and $3.3 million.
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Southern Vermont: Family Heads Home at Auction After First Look That Day
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